Video of Nesting Great Horned Owl

My last blog article was of a female Great Horned Owl on her nest that I photographed while in Florida in January. If you have not seen it and the owl images, you can by scrolling down beyond this article. When I was photographing the owl, I switched my camera to the video mode, and yesterday, while stuck indoors because of the snow storm here in Virginia, I processed the video and uploaded it to YouTube.

You can see the video below by clicking on the start arrow or on YouTube at: http://youtu.be/QzSGE7bjBb0

Yesterday, I also started to review and process other images from Florida, where I photographed wildlife and landscapes in the Panhandle (Carabelle), Ft. Meyers, Naples, the Everglades, Ft. Lauderdale, Gainesville, and Jacksonville. I have a lot of images to keep me busy, if I get snowed in again.

The below image caught my attention yesterday. While in the Everglades, I photographed a sunset. It was not spectacular, as some sunsets can be, but it was still very beautiful and colorful. Below is one of the sunset images, looking across a sawgrass prairie in the direction where the sun had just gone below the horizon.

Sunset-at-the-Evergaldes

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About Stephen L Tabone

Retired Executive Consultant and Nature Photographer
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7 Responses to Video of Nesting Great Horned Owl

  1. Anonymous says:

    The sky is so beautiful! It warms my heart to know that there is sun shining and no snow blowing someplace in the world!

  2. Venezia Maryann says:

    loved the owl video…..sunset was awesome….stay warm ……  MARYANN

  3. Ernie Sears says:

    Video is a nice addition to the still images.Well done!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Awesome brother.in.law…you have a wonderful eye for beauty.

  5. Roger Jaimeyfield says:

    In a word…there is no word…way to go!

    Sent from my iPad

  6. jen says:

    Hi, I was searching for great horned owl sightings in Jacksonville fl and I came across your picture. Was this in Jacksonville? I’ve really been trying to photograph one for a long time now. All I find is barred owls and have hundreds of pics of those. Thanks!

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