Oh, I love to go see big birds with their handlers. They really give me a thrill. That is a BIG owl.
WOW! What a gorgeous bird! What kind of owl is it?
he sure has a 'dont mess with me' look!
You know how people often look like their dogs, look at the trainer's face and tell me what bird comes to mind.
He's giving you the 'fish eye'. and he likes fish so protect your eyes. Odd looking owl---but cute and scowley. MB
Hmm, the expressions of that owls look like it's not ready for a photograph. May be the owl wanted to get into a better pose and position before you click....- Pixellicious Photos
Two questions Jacob...1. How did you get Dick Cheney to pose with that bird? and...2. Why does he look like he wants to have you for dinner?
la chouette est magnifique, et j'aime bien le flouté en fond
Look at that faces (owl included)! That trainer didn't show well happiness either. The sixty pound owl is staring at you so badly!
He has a funny look.
You snapped this great shot anyway and no one was the wiser.
Wow, hes awesome looking. Bigger than I would have guessed they were.
Who who! Who Who! Was Frank enjoying the show with his tethered friend? Jacob, you were kinda' owly on your blog yesterday!
I think owls ALWAYS look like they don't want to be photographed! But they're cute all the same, and this is a lovley portrait of both the man and the reluctant owl.
Wow! He's a real beauty. I don't think owls ever look very friendly though. It's just not their way.
Yes he does look like he has tolerated you long enough! What a beautiful bird.
Owls are supposed to be wise, but the old man looks pretty wise, too. Nice shot.
A great shot! Owls creep me out, tho. They always seem to have murder in their eyes!
I do believe the owl is "not amused."
Very nice picture. I recently took some pictures of an owl who didn't like his picture taken. He kept turning his head away.
That is a very serious look you're getting. I hope they keep him well fed before small children get close.
@ Don and Krise - Answers:1. No problem. I told him he had two choices: hold the damn bird or get waterboarded.2. Methinks he was not fed his usual complement of mice and bunnies.
@ Becky - I was afraid someone was going to ask that question. They told us but I didn't write it down and now have no clue.
He's a dramatic-looking type.
Which ones the owl?
the trainer looks none too happy either!
Jacob this is fantastic. Owls are such magical birds, we don't have many of them left unfortunately. It does look a bit cross!
Apparently even a trainer would want some amount of protective measures.
I think this owl is enjoying a lot , posing for your camera! :)Léia
That's a great looking bird. With a stare like that, it's hard to tell if he's just interested in what you're doing or thinking about pecking your eyes out.
What an incredible animal! I love the colors. I don't know this species. Not that I know so much about birds :)
Majestic owl but quite stern looking! Probably that's how these birds smile. Our perception is just not compatible. (;
LOOK AT THOSE CLAWS! WoW!
LOL! What a riot! Cute owl, I say! I might be afraid of the trainer!!!
Very handsome looking owl. You didn't mention the type of owl though and I'm curious to know :)
@ Baruch - I don't remember and I didn't write the name down when it was introduced. I believe it is of a type found in Florida.
Like owner like pet. They seem to share a similar expression. But the owl is so petrified that might be made up of cardboard or wax. Great shot Jacob.
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