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This burrowing owl family loves to spend time close together. It is very difficult to catch them in good light due to their location, so there is only about a 1 hour window before the lighting gets too. One of the many days I stopped by, I was lucky enough to have them all look my way at the same time. Burrowing owls have to tilt or turn their heads to look at an object, as they are unable to move their eyes in different directions.

May 16, 2019 | Lee County, FL

1/540 sec at f/8 ISO 280 500 Nikon D850 | Nikkor 200-500mm f5.6 (shot at 500mm)

FCCC 2019 3rd Triannual - Digital - Color - Advanced -Blue Ribbon Award Winner (Top 5%)

FCCC 2019 Year End - Digital - Color - Advanced -4th Place

*Includes: Digital Artwork only

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Andrew Mease has spent over 50 days just photographing Burrowing Owls in Southwest Florida in the past 4 years. These are some of his favorite moments in time, edited in his vision.

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This burrowing owl family loves to spend time close together. It is very difficult to catch them in good light due to their location, so there is only about a 1 hour window before the lighting gets too. One of the many days I stopped by, I was lucky enough to have them all look my way at the same time. Burrowing owls have to tilt or turn their heads to look at an object, as they are unable to move their eyes in different directions.

May 16, 2019 | Lee County, FL

1/540 sec at f/8 ISO 280 500 Nikon D850 | Nikkor 200-500mm f5.6 (shot at 500mm)

FCCC 2019 3rd Triannual - Digital - Color - Advanced -Blue Ribbon Award Winner (Top 5%)

FCCC 2019 Year End - Digital - Color - Advanced -4th Place

*Includes: Digital Artwork only

See more of Andrew's works: MeaseMedia.com

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Andrew Mease has spent over 50 days just photographing Burrowing Owls in Southwest Florida in the past 4 years. These are some of his favorite moments in time, edited in his vision.

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