“Owlet”

© Teklanika Photography 2015
© Teklanika Photography 2015

Great Gray Owlet (Strix nebulosa)
Interior Alaska
Canon 7D
Canon 100-400mm lens @ 400mm
1/160 sec @ f5.6
iso 400
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“Wink”

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© Teklanika Photography 2015

Great Gray Owlet (Strix nebulosa)
Interior Alaska
Canon 7D
Canon 100-400mm lens @ 300mm
1/60 sec @ f5.6
iso 400
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“Hunter”

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© Teklanika Photography 2012

Great Gray Owl (Strix nebulosa)
Anchorage, Alaska
Sony A200
Sigma 70-210mm lens @ 210mm
1/640 sec @ f3.2
iso 100
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“Gray”

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© Teklanika Photography 2012

Great Gray Owl (Strix nebulosa)
Anchorage, Alaska
Sony A200
Sigma 70-210mm lens @ 210mm
1/640 sec @ f3.2
iso 100
© Teklanika Photography 2012

“Gray”

© Teklanika Photography 2014
© Teklanika Photography 2014

Great Gray Owl (Strix nebulosa)
Sterling, Alaska
Canon 7D
Canon 100-400mm lens @ 400mm
1/320 sec @ f5.6
iso 320
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“Gray”

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Though easily outweighed by many others, in terms of length, the great gray owl is believed to be the world’s largest owl.

“Gray”
Anchorage, Alaska
02/19/2012
Sony A200
Sigma 70-210mm lens @ 210mm
1/1250 sec @ f2.8
iso 100
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“The Great Gray”

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© Teklanika Photography 2012

When the ground is covered with snow a great gray owl can hunt by hearing alone, plunging into the snow to capture small rodents moving underneath.

“The Great Gray”
Anchorage, Alaska
02/04/2012
Sony A200
Sigma 70-210mm lens @ 210mm
1/1000 sec @ f4
iso 100
© Teklanika Photography 2012