Owl Portraits

Impressive-Owl-Portraits-by-Brad-Wilson-1Impressive portraits of owls published at the National Audobon Society’s magazine, by photographer Brad Wilson.

Brad Wilson, said:

 “It’s hard to get animals to look at you like humans do. That shot became my holy grail.”

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20 thoughts on “Owl Portraits

  1. Wow. Must take a long time to capture such a direct shot. Amazing. I am totally captivated. I’ve always been intrigued by owls. These are the best pictures I have ever seen. 🙂 Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Owls are such magnificent birds. Thank you for sharing them. There is a state park in TN (near Jackson) called Cyprus Grove Nature Park. There are covered trails to walk that meander over cyprus swamp. Scattered along the trails are huge cages of injured wild birds being nursed back to health for release back into the wild. There are owls, Coopers Hawks, Red Tailed Hawks, a Bald Eagle, various owls, and a host of others too numerous to mention here. Proceeds from entry fee go to help protect, preserve, and restore to health, these wonderful woodland creatures.

  4. Reblogged this on TheKingsKidChronicles and commented:
    I love owls, and all kinds of other fowl. There is a park in Jackson, TN called Cyprus Cove which houses several wild birds who were injured and unable to return to the wild. Included are an eagle (can’t remember if it’s bald or golden), Baker’s Hawks, Cooper Hawks, Red-tailed Hawks, and a few different types of owls. There is no entry fee to this park and the wooden plank walkways meander across marshland in different directions, culminating at a juncture with a lookout tower. Another fork leads back to the parking lot. Hope you enjoy these photos as much as I do. Reblogged from https://alk3r.wordpress.com

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