I always ready to shoot photographs either in a day or at night. My equipment is always ready. I am not a big professional photographer but I have a passion for photography. I usually shoot for my website nepshoot.com. although I am learning photography. Last Monday 7th Jan 2019 it was cold weather while in the evening we are bathing fire in a group near my house. While bathing fire one sister saw a bird coming to the tree branch. Which is nearby our house. She said to me and I looked at that bird that was extra. I think it was an owl. I never shoot owl photographs before. I just saw some.

This is an owl species. In this species some are big and some are small. It is called spotted owlet Athene brama. It is about 20 cm long. It lives in open fields around villages and in cities except dense forests. A small owl with short tail and large head. The crown, mantle, and wings of this bird are grey-brown, with white scattered spots. The breast is creamy white barred with brownish. Irises are golden yellow and eyes are set well and bordered by white eyebrows. C: Emits a variety of calls ranging from a sort of warbling of babbling to chattering shrieks and squawks. Sudden screeches and catcalls that resemble a kuerk-kuerk sometimes chirurrr. In Nepal it is found in the Bagmati zone, Panauti Khopasi reservoir, Sundarijal reservoir: Rasuwagahdi, Chitwan, Dharan, Pokhara valley, Suklaphanta. Internationally it is found in Nepal India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, and South East Asia.

Finally, I got it in Charikot a headquarter of the Dolakha district. Eastern part of Nepal.

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