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    Apparently "It's unnatural behavior and it devalues the hard work of ethical wildlife photographers who are out there taking the time in the field to wait for that shot." I don't agree... That owl sure was happy for that "easy meal" and she couldn't care less that she was photographed. If I could feed all the animals in the world I would. Food is crucial. So what if some photographers use this trick for some cool photos? I think it's a win-win situation.

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