Christopher Rodriguez. Film Student @ Full Sail in Winter Park, FL. Former Marine. Firefighter. Artist. Philosopher. Follow me and I usually follow back. Talk to me I'll talk black.
This master of disguise, or better known as an eastern screech owl, is barely visible at the entrance to a tree hole - thanks to its perfectly evolved camouflage. The owls have either rusty or dark grey intricately patterned plumage with streaking on the underparts, helping them to blend in perfectly in their woodland homes. Eastern screech owls are about six to 10-in tall and found throughout North America. These incredible pictures were taken by photographer Graham McGeorge.
I have one of these guys living in one of the trees in my front yard. He calls at dusk almost every night. I haven’t got to see him yet, but I really want to.
(Source: Daily Mail)