Nature Unlimited March 1, 2019

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  1. This is the additional weekly image thread for the Nature Forum. While images posted to this thread should still be nature in theme, it may contain a small amount of human-made objects and therefore less restricted than the Monday in Nature threads. Please see this discussion for more details: Alternative weekly thread in Nature forum

    Each participant please post no more than just one image per weekly thread.

    This Great Horned Owl showed up one evening in my neighbour's BBQ house here in Punta Colorada, Uruguay. The field guide says the size of these owls is between a crow and a goose. This one was very much towards the goose end of that scale. By the way, the Spanish word for owl is búho. It was gone the next morning but it left a large regalo. Great Horned Owl 2-Edit.jpg
     
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  2. Tony Parsons

    Tony Parsons Norfolk and Good



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    The 'posts' in the distance are from the old railway, to give the shingle stability.

     
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  4. _DSC0367_20190131-Edit.jpg Taken in a small weir near my home. I did not see the turtles until I cropped the image D750 Tamron 70-200 @ 200mm f.5.6 1/1000 hand held.
     
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    Queen Angelfish swimming around sunken plane wreckage at 65 feet. Taken last week on a dive trip to Roatan. This was one of several species of angelfish chasing one another around the plane.
     
  6. Wow! At 65feet! The light there must have been very low but your photo is spectacular!
     
  7. Me And My Shadow...And My Reflection
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  8. This is the 9th consecutive year that Athena (Great Horned Owl) has returned to same nesting location in a planter 10-feet above entrance to Lady Bird Wildlife Center in Austin, Texas. She is now sitting on eggs. Eggs will hatch mid-March and we will see owlets in April. I volunteer there as the OWL DOCENT. DSC_6292.jpg
     
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