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Northern Hawk Owl

Surnia ulula

Description:

The females of this species tend to be slightly larger than the male with a length of 37.2–44.7 cm. They have a brown mottled back and lighter underneath with banding. The tail is long with brown banding. The face is white with a black border around the facial disk.

Habitat:

Boreal forests around the northern hemisphere.

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1 Comment

Jellis
Jellis 6 years ago

Nice owl

Gordon Dietzman
Spotted by
Gordon Dietzman

Minnesota, USA

Spotted on Mar 14, 2014
Submitted on Mar 18, 2014

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