It Is Not Too Late To Photograph Snowy Owls

Snowy Owl

Snowy Owl

It is not too late to photography Snowy Owls in the far northern United States.

Snow Owl Sightings, February

Snowy Owl Sightings, February

This is the current (February 23) eBird map of the Snowy Owl sightings in North America for the month of February. The darker the shade of purple the greater the number of sightings.

Snowy Owl sightings near Rudyard, Michigan.

Snowy Owl sightings near Rudyard, Michigan, February 2017.

Zoom in on a purple area of the map and you can see the individual locations where Snowy Owls have been observed. Click on one of the red markers to see the dates of the sightings at that location. This is the map for the area around Rudyard in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. My advice, whatever part of the country you go to, is to pick locations that have had sightings in the last 2 or 3 days.

Finding Snow Owls is only half the battle. The real challenge is knowing what to do to come away with a great photograph. Everything you need to know to find and photograph Snowy Owls is in my Snowy Owl photography series.

The Snowy Owl Series

“How To” Series: Snowy Owl Photography – An Overview

How to Find and Photograph Snow Owls

A Snowy Owl Photo Expedition

Snowy Owl Photography: Control the Background for Better Images

Snowy Owl Photography: Solving A Photo Problem (And the Right Way to Exit Your Vehicle)

Related Links

Snowy Owl sighting map at eBird.org  -  Be sure to set the map for the current month so you know where the most recent sightings are.

“How To” Series: Winter Photography – An Overview

How to Be A Better Wildlife (and Nature) Photographer

How to Find Wildlife, The Best Books

How To Photograph Wildlife, The Best Books

 

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