My name is Almir Hukic and I am a wildlife photographer from Tuzla in Bosnia and Herzegovina. I have enormous respect for all the big birds and birds of prey, especially owls. My portfolio is dominated by the long-eared owl with which I regularly spend my winters every year in the northern Bosnia and Herzegovina. Due to their traits, I consider long-eared owls mythical birds, ones which have an incalculable importance for man, the community, and the entire Bosnia and Herzegovina. I am a member of the Bosnian and Herzegovinian ornithological society Our Birds, as well as the author of the photography exhibit The Long-Eared Owl at Our Wintering Grounds which took place during the 2018 Ornithofestival in Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina. There are 344 species of birds registered in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and I have only scratched the surface. My lifelong mission is to record them all with my camera lens and eternalize them within a rich collection of photographs, as an homage of sorts to the unique beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina.