Owls and Hawks

Great Horned Owl

Great Horned Owl

 

For the next few blogs, enjoy my photos on birds.

Red Tail I

Red Tail I

 

 

 

 

 

 

Through my photography, I’ve come to admire birds of all feathers. In action or still, they are magnificent.

Red Tail

Red Tail

 

 

 

 

I could watch them all day, amazed by how they live their lives.

 

 

 

 

 

Today’s  Red Tail Hawk and Great Horned Owl are rescues. Scales and Tails, part of Maryland’s Departmant of Natural Resources, cares for them.

Great Horned Owl I

Great Horned Owl I

Enjoy these beautiful creatures!

About kathiissermanphotos

I have been taking photos for the last 40 years and sharing them with friends and family. Recently I took the plunge to share them with a wider audience. You can view my photos on Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/kathiandkim, my purchase site-http://kathi-isserman.artistwebsites.com or here. I hope you enjoy viewing them, and please let me know what you think.
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4 Responses to Owls and Hawks

  1. I. Beacham says:

    Kathi, these are such wonderful photos. I regularly go to an owl sanctuary near where I live I’m also very proud to say that I have a huge Barn owl that frequents the wooded area I have. Birds of Prey are majestic. They are magnificent statements of nature. One cannot but be impressed.

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  2. Devlyn says:

    Kathi, owls and eagles are my two favourite birds but this is a close snapshot, well taken my friend.

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