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Sunday, March 27, 2022

Gallimaufry#27

Just a gallimaufry of bird photos ...




OWLS
Barn owl (top) and Malay eagle-owl (bottom)
Fun fact
Barn owls 🦉 are used to control rat populations in Malaysian oil palm plantations.
Owl in Malay is burung hantu meaning ghost bird –– Burung (bird) + hantu (ghost)

Spotted wood owl
Buffy Fish Owl
My Corner of the World

67 comments:

  1. Wow, Veronica, these are great bird photos! Did you take them all yourself? Very nicely done!

    betty

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  2. I absolutely love your photos of the owls, Veronica. We have Barred owls living in our forest, and we often see them swooping around.
    Blessings!

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  3. Beautiful photos of the birds, Veronica. The Buffy Fish Owl looked very cool.
    Have a nice week ahead!

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  4. Some interesting looking owls.

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  5. Beautiful. I love birds and these are a huge Awww.

    Have a fabulous day and week. ♥

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  6. Were these pictures taken at a rehabilitation facility or a zoo?

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  7. They have a place in the ecosystem.

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  8. Dearest Veronica,
    LOVE the burung hantu images you show us here; excellent photography and so diverse compared to our region.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  9. Oh goodness, how beautiful. I do love birds.

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  10. Lindos búhos, me gusto mucho el malayo y el ultimo. Te mando un beso.

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  11. i like the spotted wood owl. this eyes looks like sleepy...very cute. Have a nice day ^^

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  12. Thanks for your sharing Veronica...

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  13. They are looking pretty....
    love owls...

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  14. The owls are too adorable! Have a great week ahead, Veronica!

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  15. Fabulous pics, I especially love the owls! Hugs, Valerie

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  16. Those are nice bird photos! Owls make wonderful natural ecologically friendly pest-controllers.

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  17. The owls are absolutely beautiful as are the birds. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week ahead.

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  18. What beautiful and remarkable birds, Veronica. And wonderful photos of them.

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  19. Fantastic Owls Veronica, well photos.

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  20. Wow so many owls. There are so intriguing and a little scary. You never know what they are thinking.

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  21. What a good collection particularly like the Owl they are a hoot :-)

    Have a gallimaufrytastic week 👍

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  22. Wonderful bird pictures! Upon first glance, that first bird looked like it was wearing a witch's hat for Halloween! LOL TFS these, birds are beautiful!

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  23. Oh what a treat to see all of these exceptional birds. Great photos! I enjoyed them all.

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  24. Beautiful bird photos. The owls are great pest controllers.

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  25. wow - so many beautiful birds! Love the owls - their faces are amazing.

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  26. These are wonderful photos of beautiful birds. Thank you!

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  27. Very cool owl photos!

    I remember when owl decor was super popular a few years ago...a friend even made a cute owl pillow for me!

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  28. I like watching them move their heads. Such pretty animals.

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  29. Very interesting Veronica. I knew how Barn Owls are used in the palm oil plantations. I wonder why the others are in captivity like you show. Is it a zoo or a rehab place?

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  30. Lovely photos and so many different types of owls.

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  31. Owls are odd birds. Some of them are really beautiful and others are just plain creepy. We don't see many out in the wild around here.

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  32. I like a lot the owls. It is a pleasure seeing them here!
    So funny!
    Thank you, Veronica for this surprise.
    Happy WW and a fine week!

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  33. ...quite a collection of feathered friends! Enjoy your day Veronica.

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  34. Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  35. Great post, Veronica!
    Enjoy the rest of this week!

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  36. so cool owls:D they are very clever birds

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  37. What a nice picture collage. I love Owls.

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  38. This was quite a varied and interesting collection of bir portraits, Veronica Lee. It looked as if all were "captured" in a zoo setting.

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  39. Wow! I love owls and this is a wonderful set of photos. Gorgeous colours and markings.

    -Soma

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  40. Haha ghost bird suits the owls!

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  41. Nice collection of bird's photo, I only know burung hantu and pigeon only...

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  42. They're surely extraordinary. I got to hold one once years ago, and when it opened its wings I nearly fainted, lolol. Huge wing span and I had no idea at the time. :)

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  43. Interesting bird photos. I've always wanted to see the Owl in person, but never have. That's good that the Barn Owl gets rid of the rat population. I do not like them. Looks like one Owl is missing a leg? Or possibly the other one is hiding. Your Owls look a bit different than ours here in California. Thanks for sharing.

    Have a good rest of the week.

    ~Sheri

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  44. Hello Veronica,
    I love the Owls, they are all beautiful birds. A wonderful collection of photos.
    Take care, enjoy your weekend!

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  45. Dear Veronica,
    ghost bird is quite an appropriate name; In any case, they look a bit ghostly, also because they are mostly nocturnal. In any case, I like owls, they are really beautiful and useful birds!
    Have a nice weekend and all the best
    Traude
    https://rostrose.blogspot.com/2022/03/von-fischen-die-tomaton-dungen-von.html

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  46. Beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing :)

    Abdel | Infinitely Posh.

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  47. I'm an owl fan, but never saw them in Malaysia. This is an excellent collection! Have a great weekend!

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  48. I love your striking looking birds.

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  49. These are beautiful! Owls always look so wise too, I love that black and white one, looks like it has a hat!

    Hope you're having a good weekend :)

    Away From The Blue

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  50. Gorgeous birds, especially the owls.

    Thanks for sharing your link at My Corner of the World this week!

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  51. Wonderful birds photos. I have only seen once an owl long time ago in a natural park.
    Have a great week end.

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  52. Delightful selection of interesting birds :) I would love to see an owl but it's been a long time since I saw one in the wild. I know they have very good camouflage so perhaps my eyesight would not see them anyway :) Great post and thanks for sharing.

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  53. Lovely to see all of these bird photographs ... especially the owls.

    All the best Jan

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  54. I love owls so much. They are my favorite animals.

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  55. My favorite phone app is my bird app. I can't begin to tell you how much joy it gives me to capture their voices and quickly learn who's singing what song.

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  56. Such pretty birds, especially the owl.

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  57. Owls are so fascinating. It's always a special day when we can spot one in the wild. I loved your photo of the Spotted Wood Owl. I have never seen one of these before!

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  58. I am hoping one day to see an owl in the wild. I have heard that we have owls in our area, but I have never seen one. Your photos are wonderful. Thanks.

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  59. Veronica - I love owls! They have such stunning plumage. Joining you from the Wandering Camera linky party.

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  60. Oh wow fantastic birds the parrots and Owls. One Owl i saw at the evening in our garden - it was very fantastic to watch this bird.
    Greetings Kirsi

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  61. Stunning pictures of birds and flowers.
    I'd like to taste that typical soup!
    Have a nice week :-)

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