Friday 14 November 2014

Long-eared Owls

Not exactly a garden tick as I hear/see them most days but this is the first time that the owls, the light and I have coincided with a camera. Three of them in total,

this is the one at the lower right-centre of the above photo,

and this one is in the top left,

and this is in the top right (really, not easy to see but thanks Aviv!).

Back to the most photogenic of the three, having a preen.

Still many Hawfinches around - this morning there was a flock of ten in the kibbutz with at least four others outside. 

Lots of potential here for the influx of northern finches and thrushes that we're currently enjoying. Keeping my eyes and ears open . . . . 

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