The Amazing World Of Owls In Photography

Super cute baby owl. Baby owls are called owlets. Photo by: Megan Lorenz

There are around 200 different owl species and they are active by night. Photo by: Judah Zada

Owls can turn their heads as much as 270 degrees. Photo by: Leonardo Casadei

The color of owl’s feathers helps them blend into their environment (camouflage). Photo by: Graham McGeorge

The Great Grey Owl is a very large owl, distributed across the Northern Hemisphere. The wingspan can exceed 60 inch (152 cm). Photo by: unknown

Grey owl hunts a mouse. Owls are very quiet in flight compared to other birds of prey. Photo by: Tom Samuelson | National Geographic

An portrait off an owl with closed eyes. Photo by: Robin Utrecht

When you see a snowy owl, it’s clear how the bird got its name: they’re snow-white. As males grow older, they get whiter. The females never become completely white. Photo by: In Cherl Kim

Owl with a smile. Photo by: Basaki

Baby owl learning to fly. Photo by: Peter Brannon

Petting baby owls. Photo by: unknown

“You should get a room”, owl giving a kiss. Photo by: Máté Bence