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|Scientific name: Bubo bubo sibiricus|
Height: 580mm to 710mm
Geographical distribution: western Siberia and Bashkiria, to middle Ob river and West Altai mountains, north to the limits of the Taiga
Habitat: mountainous forest, semi-desert and rocky slopes
Diet: large birds, plus a variety of small- and medium-sized mammals including rabbits and hares, roe deer fawns, young foxes, hedgehogs and farmyard cats. Also frogs, newts and crabs
Status: widespread, but everywhere scarce, locally endangered.
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Perfectly exposed, Sharon! This is an excelent profile, sharp and clear, with a great look-'em-in-the-eye composition. I'd like to see more EXIF data to give some insight into how you did it, but otherwise your note is useful, and adds to our knowledge of this beautiful owl.
A nice portrait capture of this beautiful Siberian Owl. Good sharp details and a lovely composition. Thanks a lot for sharing.