A snowy owl moves its head in a circular motion to focus on the sound coming from potential prey. The change in sound intensity at various head positions allows the owl to triangulate on the prey. In addition, one of the ear canals is slightly lower than the other, providing a full-time sound triangulation ability.
A Northern Harrier flies past the snowy and startles it from its focus.
super clean shot.
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