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Usa Photograph - Landing Of The Snowy Owl Where Are You Harry Potter by LeeAnn McLaneGoetz McLaneGoetzStudioLLCcom

Landing Of The Snowy Owl Where Are You Harry Potter is a photograph by LeeAnn McLaneGoetz McLaneGoetzStudioLLCcom which was uploaded on February 22nd, 2013.

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Thank you Jeff at JSJ Photography for favoriting Landing of the snowy owl where are you Harry Potte... Howell Michigan Nature Center 1005 Triangle Lake Road Howell, MI 48843

Stunning capture!!!

Thank you for the feature Eve

Thank you Cheryl and Allen

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Wonderful capture! f/v

Incredible photo!!!

Striking image LeeAnn with excellent exposure on the whites! V

Beautiful owl LeeAnn! Nice image!

Great shot!

Great image, visiting from 3 A Day Greeting Cards for All Occasions---voted

Amazing capture, this photo is beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! f/v

Thank You Colette

I love your Owl LeeAnn,great title aswell ,huge Fav/v+ Feature _________Colette

As this snowy owl lands one can not help but think of the movies and Harry potters faithful pet. This yellow-eyed, black-beaked white bird is easily recognizable. It is 5271 centimetres (2028 in) long, with a 125150 centimetres (4959 in) wingspan. Also, these birds can weigh anywhere from 1.6 to 3 kilograms (3.5 to 6.6 lb). It is one of the largest species of owl and, in North America, is on average the heaviest owl species. The adult male is virtually pure white, but females and young birds have some dark scalloping; the young are heavily barred, and dark spotting may even predominate. Its thick plumage, heavily feathered taloned feet, and colouration render the Snowy Owl well-adapted for life north of the Arctic Circle. Snowy Owl calls are varied, but the alarm call is a barking, almost quacking krek-krek; the female also has a softer mewling pyee-pyee or prek-prek. The song is a deep repeated gawh. They may also clap their beak in response to threats or annoyances. While called clapping, it is believed this sound may actually be a clicking of the tongue, not the beak.

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