Saturday, 17 April 2010

A true ghost - Leucistic Barn Owl









This leucistic Barn Owl was a real stunner, I happened across this bird whilst on my way to the coast yesterday morning.

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful shots Andy. I love the subdued light and colours!

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  2. Wow so nice! I like this site. Keep it working every day.

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  3. Charisma the Barn Owl29 August 2011 at 14:48

    If you could find more white owls I would be so pleased!!! I am obsessed with these amazing creatures! Keep up the great work!

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  4. What kind of tyto is it?Were did you take the shots?If you get any feathers off of it you could take them to be tested for DNA.They could show the type of this "Ghost tyto",and mabe its albino!

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  5. These Albino, Leuistic Barn Owl he’s beautiful and I love him❣️❣️

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  6. I have a white owl like it but I don't know the name.

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  7. I have seen a white owl twice today near mission in Nottinghamshire
    Flying by the road into the village

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  8. I wonder if anyone else has seen him?

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  10. I saw one yesterday, strangely enough it was sat on a fence just like that photo, think it was somewhere between Beverly and York, not sure of exact place

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  11. I have seen a white owl every morning this week. Quite a big bird, swooping over woodland and open ground. I live in North Somerset, so I think this is a rare owl or perhaps one that has escaped from a sanctuary.

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