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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1427) (Comments - 4173)
Canada (Québec) I found this Snowy Owl sleeping at night near runway 24R at the Montreal Airport in Dorval. My first attempt at a long exposure of this species; photo taken at 8:30pm under a cloudy sky. The backside of the bird is only slightly lit by the hangar lights.
Views: 621
Date: December 14, 2014
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) St. Isidore - More luck with these beauties today.
Views: 582
Date: December 7, 2014
Details: Female, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Sue  (See all photos - 3178) (Comments - 2688)
Canada (Québec) Sainte-Marthe
Views: 482
Date: December 7, 2014
Details: Female
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1427) (Comments - 4173)
Canada (Québec) First Snowy Owl photo of the winter for me - taken at the airport this afternoon in light freezing drizzle.
Views: 613
Date: December 6, 2014
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Ingleside - It begins again. This is my first Snowy of the winter, not one of the few individuals that summered in Ontario. No idea if it will stick around or is heading further south. Others to follow soon we hope.
Views: 641
Date: November 10, 2014
Details: Female, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Ivan M  (See all photos - 312) (Comments - 37)
Canada (Ontario) The 2013/14 winter has seen a huge invasion of Snowy Owls... too bad that the only one I could capture on a photo was looking the other way!! But what a great bird!
Views: 492
Date: December 7, 2013
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Québec) Gatineau - Looking back over this amazing winter for Snowy Owls, I never thought I'd come up with a picture like this. A returning bird has probably been around for a couple of weeks and who knows when it will decide to depart. Seeing this species in such a setting is totally unexpected. This completes my run for 225 birds.
Views: 522
Date: May 30, 2014
Details: Male, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Kingston - Moments before sunset, this juvenile female presented herself for a photo op. The season is almost done; the numbers are dwindling rapidly. Our wintering birds have left and those that were in the U.S. and stopped over briefly are moving on.
Views: 504
Date: April 28, 2014
Details: Female, Juvenile
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Ottawa - I thought I was done with Snowy Owl pictures but the birds decided otherwise. Only in migration can you find individuals willing to tolerate each other's presence. The sight of a 'flock' of Snowies is not what most expect to see. There were six birds present in a very tight area, two or three usually together most of the time. At one point four birds within 15 feet of each other.
Views: 524
Date: April 17, 2014
Details: Female, Adult, Juvenile
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Ottawa - Check out the footwear.
Views: 473
Date: April 17, 2014
Details: Male, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Ottawa - It's odd to see one on the grass rather than snow.
Views: 514
Date: April 17, 2014
Details: Female
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Lancaster - This may look like just another Snowy Owl but for me it is special. This is #175. I would never have believed that milestone could be achieved in one season but it was reached and surpassed today by several more. I have never seen this many in my life before, much less seeing them in one winter.
Views: 550
Date: March 27, 2014
Details: Female, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1427) (Comments - 4173)
Canada (Québec) Seen at Mirabel, Quebec just as a snowstorm was beginning (the white blur in the eye is a snowflake).
Views: 646
Date: March 22, 2014
Details: Unknown gender
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Cobourg - This is a winter like no other. A while ago I set a goal of hopefully seeing 100 Snowies this winter. I surpassed that target some time ago and have spotted 150 in Eastern Ontario alone with a few in other parts of the province like this bird. It would be possible to see 175 In Eastern Ontario but it would take some work and a lot more driving.There will be many fond memories. I anticipated that we would start to see birds returning from the U.S. around mid-month. Last night in Cornwall I found an old adult male, no visible marks, atop a light (so I could clearly see it with binoculars even at 10 p.m.) This is a new bird locally. Keep your eyes open for more arrivals.
Views: 606
Date: March 15, 2014
Details: Female, Juvenile
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Kingston - Sentinel. She was scouting the very little open water along the ferry route for a duck meal. She almost took out a Red-breasted Merganser. Boy can these birds pour on the speed when they want to. She flew as fast as the duck but it had too much of a head start for her to catch it. A passerby asked if that was a falcon. I said no, a Snowy.
Views: 827
Date: March 6, 2014
Details: Female, Adult
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