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1116-47551 - Northern Hawk Owl (Surnia ulula), known for sitting on the highest perch possible while looking for prey such as voles moving below. This one sits on the top of a tree against a blue sky, Alaska, United States of America
1116-47578 - Northern Hawk Owl (Surnia ulula), has just made a vole kill and is about to fly back to a perch to consume it. Grass piece has been removed from face. Owl looks at camera. South-central Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska, United States of America
1116-47549 - Northern Hawk Owl (Surnia ulula), known for sitting on the highest perch possible while looking for prey such as voles moving below. This one flies from the top of a tree with a rodent in it's claws, Alaska, United States of America
1116-47481 - Northern Hawk Owl (Surnia ulula), known for sitting on the highest perch possible while looking for prey such as voles moving below. This one sits on the top of a tree against a blue sky, South-central Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska, United States of America
1116-47550 - Northern Hawk Owl (Surnia ulula), known for sitting on the highest perch possible while looking for prey such as voles moving below. This one sits on the top of a tree against a blue sky with a rodent in it's mouth, Alaska, United States of America
988-115 - American mink (Mustela vison). Non-native species in the UK considered a threat to ground-nesting birds and water voles in particular. Widespread as a result of escapes from fur farms since the 1950s. Hebrides, Scotland
988-112 - American mink (Mustela vison). Non-native species in the UK considered a threat to ground-nesting birds and water voles in particular. Widespread as a result of escapes from fur farms since the 1950s. Hebrides, Scotland
988-113 - American mink (Mustela vison). Non-native species in the UK considered a threat to ground-nesting birds and water voles in particular. Widespread as a result of escapes from fur farms since the 1950s. Hebrides, Scotland
988-114 - American mink (Mustela vison). Non-native species in the UK considered a threat to ground-nesting birds and water voles in particular. Widespread as a result of escapes from fur farms since the 1950s. Hebrides, Scotland
988-110 - American mink (Mustela vison). Non-native species in the UK considered a threat to ground-nesting birds and water voles in particular. Widespread as a result of escapes from fur farms since the 1950s. Hebrides, Scotland
988-111 - American mink (Mustela vison). Non-native species in the UK considered a threat to ground-nesting birds and water voles in particular. Widespread as a result of escapes from fur farms since the 1950s. Hebrides, Scotland
995-473 - Bank Vole (Clethrionomys glareolus) running along moss covered wall, frozen in mid step with high speed shutter speed and high speed flash and hazel in mouth. Argyll, Scotland, UK
995-160 - Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea) hunting in field on a brown field site with vole in beak. Herons are prolific hunters and not only hunt for fish in marine environments but hunt for voles in meadows.. Glasgow, Scotland
995-472 - Bank Vole (Clethrionomys glareolus) running along moss covered wall, frozen in mid leap with high speed shutter speed and high speed flash, with nut in mouth. Argyll, Scotland, UK
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