The Great Gray Owl (also referred to as Great Grey Owl) is the largest of the owl by height, and have broad wingspan and a long tail. The Great Gray Owls is identified by its yellow eyes, silvery gray with fine white, gray, and brown streaking and faint barring.
This photograph captured in Quebec Canada, gently swooping down to catch her prey. In this case, the field mouse scurrying across the snow-covered landscape.
Gear: Phase Nikon D5, Nikkor 500mm lens.
Settings: Focal length 300mm; exposure 1/4,000 sec; f4; ISO 2,200.
GPS:43.0582° N, 11.6061° E
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