Owl and Hawk Fine Art Photography Prints and Wall Art

Pictures of Hawks including Ospreys, Northern and Red Shouldered Hawks

A Hawk and Owl photography gallery of fine art pictures of Hawks and Owls by professional wildlife photographer Joseph C. Filer, capturing these stunning birds in their natural habitats in Florida and Canada.

Hawk and Owl photographs are for sale as Limited Edition Fine Art Paper Prints, Chromaluxe ® Metal Prints, and non-glare TruLife ® Acrylic Prints. Frames and large-scale prints 6 feet or more in size are available.

Facts About Hawks And Owls

The hawk includes any of various small to medium-sized accipitriform birds, particularly those in the genus Accipiter. Hawks occur on all continents except Antarctica. They lay from 3 to 6 brown-spotted eggs. The owl which is any bird of prey in the mostly nocturnal order Strigiformes. Owls have round, forward-looking eyes, a sharply hooked beak and are known for their acute hearing and vision. They are 5–28 inches long.

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The Aggressive Look of Hawks and Owls

Hawks and Owls are both predators. There is something about them that gives them an aggressive look that is fun to photograph. When they're on the move, they are pretty fast as they would be to catch their food. Just gotta keep that shutter speed fast!

Photos of Hawks and Owls can be taken anywhere they are, which is pretty much everywhere. I have been fortunate to photograph Red-Shouldered Hawks, Northern Hawk Owls, Red-Tailed Hawks, Barred Owls, Ospreys, Great Gray Owls, and even the cute little Burrowing Owls.