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Af­ter wait­ing for ten hours we didn’t see any move­ment. It’s pos­si­ble the rare pass­ing of a car or a dog may have spooked the owls. We went back in the evening and that’s when I got my first shot. The sun­set light re­flected in the win­dows per­fectly for the north-fac­ing hide, and the chicks hopped into the win­dow to sur­vey the area be­fore drop­ping down onto the perches for their meal­worms. El­liott rec­om­mended that I frame them with the win­dows to give the photo some con­text and show their tem­po­rary home. They say never work with an­i­mals or chil­dren, but I’d def­i­nitely dis­agree with the for­mer – they were stun­ning!

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