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I took this shot of Great Horned Owl in Central Park, New York, US.


Great Horned Owls (Bubo virginianus) are occasionally spotted in Central Park, but they are not a common sight. These majestic birds are typically active at night, making them difficult to spot during the day. However, if you are lucky enough just like i was, to see a Great Horned Owl in Central Park, it will likely be perched in a tree or flying silently overhead.


If you are interested in photographing birds in Central Park, there are many resources available to help you find and identify the different species that call the park home. The Central Park Conservancy offers guided bird walks and other programs that can help you learn more about the park's wildlife. You can also find a wealth of information online, including birding guides and maps of the park's various habitats.


If you do spot a Great Horned Owl or any other wildlife in Central Park, it is important to remember to observe from a safe distance and not to disturb or harass the animals. Wildlife in the park is protected by law, and visitors are encouraged to enjoy their presence while also respecting their space and natural behavior.


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Great Horned Owl

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