Great Gray Owl


(Strix nebulosa)

From head to tail, Great Gray Owl is North America’s longest owl, characterized by relatively small eyes for its disproportionately large head. It breeds mainly across Canada, but its range extends just into Northern Minnesota, and it is also found in the Bitterroot mountains and portions of the Cascades and the Sierras. It is a diurnal hunter.

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