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IBSP SNOWY OWL PICTURES

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Hi, I have seen the snowy owls at the park now for the last 3 weeks. I have a real good pair of binoculars and watched them for a while and they are cool looking.  I am looking to buy some professional grade pictures of the snowy owls at IBSP. I would like to give them as Christmas presents and keep some for myself. I am looking for close up pictures and if you have any that were from the past 2 snows this week, that would also be a nice addition. I am knowledgeable about the copyright laws and these are for personal use only.  Please pm me if you have any for sale. Thanks and have a great holiday!

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On 12/16/2017 at 6:47 PM, Striper Silly said:

Hi, I have seen the snowy owls at the park now for the last 3 weeks. I have a real good pair of binoculars and watched them for a while and they are cool looking.  I am looking to buy some professional grade pictures of the snowy owls at IBSP. I would like to give them as Christmas presents and keep some for myself. I am looking for close up pictures and if you have any that were from the past 2 snows this week, that would also be a nice addition. I am knowledgeable about the copyright laws and these are for personal use only.  Please pm me if you have any for sale. Thanks and have a great holiday!

Striper,

Not sure if you have got what you were looking for yet, also what size of prints you are looking for?

 

SG

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On 12/17/2017 at 8:05 PM, SurfGazer said:

Striper,

Not sure if you have got what you were looking for yet, also what size of prints you are looking for?

 

SG

Hi SG, thanks for replying.  I have found a bought a few.  I a would certainly welcome any shots you might have.  I am looking for close up shots, shots while it was snowing and if you have one at night, that would be awesome.  

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I've only seen and photographed one Snowy.  It was sitting on the chimney of a beachfront house.  I drove home and grabbed my camera and went back.  Probably took 15 minutes round trip.  He was still there.

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