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The story behind the photographs, Capturing Spotted owlet

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I am always ready to shoot photographs either during the day or at night. My equipment is always ready. I am not a very 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 were bathing fire in a group near my house. While bathing in the fire one sister saw a bird coming to the tree branch. Which is near our house. She said to me and I looked at that bird that was extra. I think it was an owl. I have never shot owl photographs before. I just saw some.

Finally, I got it in Charikot the headquarter of the Dolakha district. Eastern part of Nepal. for more photographs click here on my gallery.

“The Spotted Owlet (Athene brama) is a small owl species found in many parts of Asia, from the Indian subcontinent to Southeast Asia. They are typically around 20-25 cm (8-10 inches) in length and weigh around 100-150 grams (3.5-5.3 ounces).

The Spotted Owlet gets its name from its distinctive spotted plumage, which provides excellent camouflage in the trees and bushes where it lives. They are nocturnal birds, and are often heard making a variety of vocalizations including hoots, whistles, and trills.

Spotted Owlets are primarily insectivores, feeding on a variety of insects and small invertebrates. They are also known to occasionally eat small birds, reptiles, and rodents. They are adaptable birds, and can be found in a variety of habitats including forests, grasslands, and urban areas.

While not considered to be globally threatened, habitat loss and degradation can be a threat to Spotted Owlets in some regions. They are also sometimes captured and kept as pets, which can further impact their populations.”

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