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Technically, this photo of a Harlequin Duck was taken at Fort Clinch State Park at the end of 2013 when we first tried to see the Snowy Owl at Little Talbot State Park
Technically, this photo of a Harlequin Duck was taken at Fort Clinch State Park at the end of 2013 when we first tried to see the Snowy Owl at Little Talbot State Park
Technically, this photo of a Purple Sandpiper (and Rudy Turnstones) was taken at Fort Clinch State Park at the end of 2013 when we first tried to see the Snowy Owl at Little Talbot State Park
Technically, this photo of a Purple Sandpiper (and Rudy Turnstones) was taken at Fort Clinch State Park at the end of 2013 when we first tried to see the Snowy Owl at Little Talbot State Park
Technically, this photo of a Purple Sandpiper (and Rudy Turnstones) was taken at Fort Clinch State Park at the end of 2013 when we first tried to see the Snowy Owl at Little Talbot State Park
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Technically, this photo of a Snow Buntings was taken at Huguenot Memorial Park at the end of 2013 when we first tried to see the Snowy Owl at Little Talbot State Park
Technically, this photo of a Snow Buntings was taken at Huguenot Memorial Park at the end of 2013 when we first tried to see the Snowy Owl at Little Talbot State Park
Our first afternoon spent with this juvenile female Snowy Owl at Little Talbot State Park was overcast
She seems to favor the dunes about a quarter mile north of boardwalk 4 as a place to spend the daylight hours resting
She seems to favor the dunes about a quarter mile north of boardwalk 4 as a place to spend the daylight hours resting
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She seems to favor the dunes about a quarter mile north of boardwalk 4 as a place to spend the daylight hours resting
The next morning spent with this juvenile female Snowy Owl at Little Talbot State Park started out to be overcast as well
Mid-morning the sun broke through the clouds and she moved a bit back offering us a better view
In the early afternoon we got a good look at her powerful legs while she was walking around
In the early afternoon we got a good look at her powerful legs while she was walking around
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