Marcel (@mgledouxphotography)

This great gray owl is locked in and only moments from making a kill. This image was made well after sunset and in very low light.

Peter (@d2d_photography)

Nuthatch (Sitta europaea). The name nuthatch is derived from nut hacker, reflecting the bird's method of opening up nuts by jamming them into a crevice then hammering at them. Old country names include mud dabbler and mud stopper, both of which note the bird's curious habit of plastering mud around the entrance hole to its nest. Unlike the treecreeper, which only moves up the trunk of a tree, nuthatches will move both up and down. The average distance travelled by a ringed adult nuthatch is less than a kilometre. Photo taken at Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, in Kent, England.
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