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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 (Qu├ębec) 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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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Casselman - this is the second most common plumage seen.
Views: 594
Date: March 3, 2014
Details: Female, Juvenile
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Alfred - Beautiful bird. It was having a hard time balancing on this weak branch.
Views: 629
Date: March 3, 2014
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) I call this unique shot smiley face.
Views: 633
Date: March 2, 2014
Details: Female
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Perth - late day shot
Views: 613
Date: February 25, 2014
Details: Female
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Amherst Island - This individual watched the ice-choked ferry channel for a passing duck. Shot from the ship.
Views: 623
Date: February 11, 2014
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada St. Rose - I call this one white on white. The day had very poor sky conditions but can it ever really be a bad day to take a Snowy picture? At least it wasn't on a pole.
Views: 582
Date: February 9, 2014
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) St. Isidore - apparently this bird is a regular at this roadside stop. On this day I could see one of its associates atop another Petro Canada sign at the same station.
Views: 474
Date: February 7, 2014
Details: Unknown gender, Juvenile
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) St. Rose - In my ongoing hunt for variety in Snowy Owl shots I came across this very dark juvenile female atop a fencepost. I rarely see birds at that level and the fact that she was cooperative enabled me to approach reasonably close without flushing. I used the car as a blind.
Views: 703
Date: February 6, 2014
Details: Female, Juvenile
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) St. Isidore - I thought I'd include a novelty shot. First time I've had a good look at a Snowy Owl's tongue.
Views: 601
Date: February 3, 2014
Details: Male, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) St. Isidore - I got lucky. About one bird in 40 is an older adult male. I waited for 75 minutes for this bird to do something besides sit atop an ugly power pole with its eyes closed. It began hunting and moved to a better perch, with its eyes open.
Views: 573
Date: February 3, 2014
Details: Male, Adult
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