When talking about owl, their big eyes probably are first things coming to your mind, then you might recall the humanized expression on their face. However, getting those birds look at you like humans do isn’t easy thing. Brad Wilson photographed below owls from the World Bird Sanctuary in St. Louis and The Wildlife Center near EspaƱola, New Mexico.

Each bird is set against a stark black background, and the brilliant vantage point allows us to marvel at their unique qualities. Tiny feathers, short beaks, and glassy eyes stare straight into the camera with an intense gaze.

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1. Long-Eared Owl [wiki]
Stunning Photography of Owl by Brad Wilson

2. Eurasian Eagle-Owl [wiki]
Stunning Photography of Owl by Brad Wilson

3. Mexican Spotted Owl [wiki]
Stunning Photography of Owl by Brad Wilson

4. Spectacled Owl [wiki]
Stunning Photography of Owl by Brad Wilson

5. Flammulated Owl [wiki]
Stunning Photography of Owl by Brad Wilson

6. Eastern Screech-Owl [wiki]
Stunning Photography of Owl by Brad Wilson

7. Western Screech-Owl [wiki]
Stunning Photography of Owl by Brad Wilson

8. Barn Owl [wiki]
Stunning Photography of Owl by Brad Wilson

9. Great Horned Owl [wiki]
Stunning Photography of Owl by Brad Wilson

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