If you’re at the right place (e.g. Canada) and time (e.g. winter) you just may spot a Snowy Owl checking out its surroundings, waiting for prey to show up.
Male Snowy Owls, in general, tend to be more white whereas females have these beautiful brownish markings on their body and wings. They also tend to be bigger than the males.
Nikon 600mm f/4E FL on Nikon D4S, f/4, 1/3200 s., ISO 500, +2.0EV exp. comp.
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