Can you make hoot what it is yet? Natural camouflage leaves this American owl barely visible at the entrance to its nest
Owls this for a disguise?
An eastern screech owl is barely visible at the entrance to a tree hole - thanks to its perfectly evolved camouflage.
These incredible pictures were taken by photographer Graham McGeorge, 42, in Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia.
Natural camouflage: An eastern screech owl disguised in the hollow of a tree in Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia
I see YOU: Screech owls are quite common across North America but they generally go unnoticed
Usually solitary, screech owls nest in a tree cavity, either natural or excavated by a woodpecker.
They have either rusty or dark grey intricately patterned plumage with streaking on the underparts, helping them to blend in perfectly in their woodland homes.
Saturday, April 27, 2013
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