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Seattle about 3years ago said: Great picture Jim, I've never seen one in person and this may as close as I'll ever get. Thanks keep up the great work.
Somewhere about 3years ago said: How could you tell,Jim? :)
Brasil about 3years ago said: Spectacular moment, Jim.....Chelsea is so beautiful : ) Hugs!
Nebraska about 3years ago said: Thank you Harsha and Rob! Snowies' normal diet consists of small mammals like lemmings, voles and mice as well as rabbits, and birds as large as small geese. We released live mice onto the snow which the owls can see from as far away as a half mile. Snowy Owls mostly spend their lives in the arctic but younger ones migrate south during part of the winter.
rob barrett from
minneapolis about 3years ago said: Wonderful jim, love to hear the story of how you got him. I like how his feet look like rabbit feet.
India about 3years ago said: Nice capture !
Nebraska about 3years ago said: Thank you Renee, someone, Christine, Jill and Greg. She is one of nine Snowies we spotted over four days. We named her Chelsea :-)
Australia about 3years ago said: There are no words. Really.
I'm with Renee on this one.
Arizona about 3years ago said: Beautiful!
Somewhere about 3years ago said: A moment of life caught by the master photographer. Nature deeply connects with you Jim. Otherwise it would not open the doors so readily to you. :)
Somewhere about 3years ago said: Wonderful catch! congrats!
Nazareth about 3years ago said: WOW! Wow! I'm sorry, I'm a bit speechless.