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Villager Jim, 63, captured the hard-to-spot Little Owl perched on the rocks in Tideswell, Peak District, on Friday at 5:30 am

Do you see the owl hidden in this photo? Bird & # 39; s camouflage makes it almost impossible to see like perching on a rocky cliff

  • Villager Jim, 63, photographed the hard-to-recognize Little Owl on the rocks in Tideswell, Peak District
  • The Little Owl was introduced in the United Kingdom in the 19th century and there are now 5,700 breeding pairs
  • Jim, from nearby Foolow, said he sees one of the birds & # 39; every day without errors & # 39; because they are so common
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A cute Little Owl was spotted by a wildlife photographer when it mixed in a rocky rock.

Villager Jim, 63, captured the hard-to-spot Little Owl perched on rocks in Tideswell, Peak District, on Friday at 5:30 am.

Jim, from nearby Foolow, said: & I often look forward to Little Owls on walls and rocks – and isn't this beautiful?

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& # 39; I call this game & # 39; Hunt the Little Owl & # 39; – people love the fact that these birds blend in so well with their amazing camouflage stone. & # 39;

The Little Owl is a small bird that was introduced to the United Kingdom in the 19th century. It is often on telegraph poles, trees and rocks.

It is known that the bird dices its head when it feels threatened. And in the UK there are 5,700 breeding pairs.

& # 39; Since we have at least ten breeding grounds in the area, I see one of them every day without fail.

& # 39; They seem to be able to breed really well here in the Peak District National Park, & # 39; Jim added.

Villager Jim, 63, captured the hard-to-spot Little Owl perched on the rocks in Tideswell, Peak District, on Friday at 5:30 am

Villager Jim, 63, captured the hard-to-spot Little Owl perched on the rocks in Tideswell, Peak District, on Friday at 5:30 am

Jim, from nearby Foolow, said: & I often look forward to Little Owls on walls and rocks - and isn't this beautiful? & # 39; I call this game & # 39; Hunt the Little Owl & # 39; - people love the fact that these birds blend in so well with their amazing camouflage of stony color & # 39;
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Jim, from nearby Foolow, said: & I often look forward to Little Owls on walls and rocks - and isn't this beautiful? & # 39; I call this game & # 39; Hunt the Little Owl & # 39; - people love the fact that these birds blend in so well with their amazing camouflage of stony color & # 39;

Jim, from nearby Foolow, said: & I often look forward to Little Owls on walls and rocks – and isn't this beautiful? & # 39; I call this game & # 39; Hunt the Little Owl & # 39; – people love the fact that these birds blend in so well with their amazing camouflage of stony color & # 39;

The Little Owl is a small bird that was introduced to the United Kingdom in the 19th century. It is often on telegraph poles, trees and rocks. It is known that the bird dices its head when it feels threatened. And in the UK there are 5,700 breeding pairs

The Little Owl is a small bird that was introduced to the United Kingdom in the 19th century. It is often on telegraph poles, trees and rocks. It is known that the bird dices its head when it feels threatened. And in the UK there are 5,700 breeding pairs

The Little Owl is a small bird that was introduced to the United Kingdom in the 19th century. It is often on telegraph poles, trees and rocks. It is known that the bird dices its head when it feels threatened. And in the UK there are 5,700 breeding pairs

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