Last week I drove up the coast to a site just outside Dunbar where a few short eared owls had decided to spend the winter months.They will probably leave sometime in March and go back to their breeding grounds in the spring/summer.

For now they are providing opportunities for photographers,but as the site becomes more popular,it means more people,less owl sightings and fewer picture opportunities.

I’ve not been back for a week but here are a few images I took when I was there.

















I hope you enjoyed these first few images. Enough to want to come back again anyway.

I’ll be posting some more tomorrow and if you have any comments,I’d love to hear from you.

And finally.

About Phil Mclean

Hi, my name is Phil Mclean. I'm a nature photographer living in Berwickshire,in the Scottish Borders.I enjoy photographing all aspects of nature,from the birds and the bees,to the mammals and the trees. I just love being out in the countryside whenever possible and preferably with a camera. Although I do make it difficult for myself,as I'm normally accompanied by my photographic assistant, Ollie,my springer spaniel dog. I hope you'll enjoy the pictures that I post and if you have the time and the inclination,please leave a comment. Thanks.
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