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Great horned Owl

bubo virginianus

Description:

Large, thick-bodied owls with two prominent feathered tufts on the head. The wings are broad and rounded. In flight, the rounded head and short bill combine to create a blunt-headed silhouette. Great Horned Owls are mottled gray-brown, with reddish brown faces and a neat white patch on the throat. Their overall color tone varies regionally from sooty to pale. The light coloration on this individual is typical of the Colorado Eastern Plains.

Habitat:

Agricultural area

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EmilyMarino
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EmilyMarino

Colorado, USA

Spotted on Apr 24, 2015
Submitted on Apr 25, 2015

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