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Burrowing Owl

A Burrowing Owl.

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Burrowing Owl

Here are a couple of static shots of Basil, a burrowing owl, taken during a photographic day at the Raptor Foundation in Cambridgeshire.  Unfortunately, Basil was not in the mood to put on a flying display, however many of the other raptors did oblige and will be featured in future posts.  I am particularly pleased with the nice bokeh here predominantly provided by the vibrant rapeseed field in the background.

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