Barred Owl Near Nooksack River
Unique daytime photograph of a barred owl perched on snag in the Mount Baker Wilderness.
Washington State Wildlife Photography
When we pulled up to our campsite along the Nooksack River and saw this barred owl perched on a dead tree, I said to my wife, “There’s no way it’s going to stay there long enough for me to get my camera out, switch lenses, and capture good wildlife owl photography of it.” Well I was wrong. I’m still not sure what it was doing hanging out in a campground in broad daylight, but I was very happy to create this fine art owl photography print.
Fun fact: without owls we would have no forests left. You see, expert nighttime birds of prey like the one in this limited edition owl photography print, are responsible for keeping the rodent population in check. Without them, mice would take over and eat every seedling that sprouts, and thus decimate the forest in one generation. Yes, owls are that important, and the balance of nature is that delicate and beautiful. As a PNW nature and wildlife photographer, I’m in awe at the elegance of nature’s systems, this forest food web, and the beauty of this fine art owl photography print.
Fine Art Owl Wall Art for Living Room or Any Room
Owl wall art décor has become incredibly popular and for good reason. But it’s rare to find limited edition fine art owl photography for sale at the same level of quality as the nature photography Metal Prints that we produce in our Pacific Northwest photography gallery. They are eco-friendly and so realistic looking you feel like you are looking through a window. And for every wildlife photography print we sell, we make a donation that plants 100 trees, creating more habitat for wildlife worldwide.