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Burrowing owl chicks


Hawk Buckman’s Images of Nature
Extended Editions Collection (Wildlife)

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Burrowing Owls (Athene cunicularia) spend most of their time on the ground or on low perches such as fence posts. They hunt close to the ground catching insects and small animals. When alarmed they jerk their bodies quickly up and down. They are active during the day.

Burrowing Owls live in open habitats with sparse vegetation such as prairie, pastures, desert or shrubsteppe, and airports. In parts of their range they are closely associated with prairie dogs and ground squirrels, whose burrows they use for nests.

Burrowing Owls have a very wide range that extends to the tip of South America and includes many subspecies, but there are few clear differences in plumage. The subspecies that occurs in Florida and the Caribbean tends to be slightly smaller, with whiter spots, than Burrowing Owls of the West.



Additional information

Weight 1.0 lbs
Dimensions 24 × 00.1 × 16 in

Original photograph from digital (RAW) real life scene negative. Unaltered

Creation Date

July 2020 – Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska

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Please allow 7 to 10 days for delivery as the photograph is hand-printed to specific specifications.

Why Fujiflex Crystal Archive?

Fujiflex Crystal Archive printing involves a specialized printing process that uses Silver Halides which are embed in the paper rather than creating the print by spraying ink on top of the paper as in the InkJet printing process. Fujiflex Crystal Archive prints are true photographs and are suitable for gallery display.

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