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HOOT OWL - BIG EYES
Like I Give A Hoot Wild Northern Saw-Whet Owl Ontario, Canada By Megan Lorenz
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Whoo whoo is in the barn???
Whooo me? (Got that model look down for sure!)
I like the owl because it seems to be unique and solitary
Doesn't this one look like she's just been asked to dance? "Hoo? Me?" So shy... so beautiful...
Great gray owl perched in a lodgepole forest. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Photo: Jerry Mercier via Flickr
boo! Rachel Shahvar
Eye to Eye_LIttle Spotted Owlets (by Ghulam Rasool Photography)
The Great Grey Owl does not have ear tufts and has the largest facial disc of any raptor.
The Great Grey Owl or Great Gray Owl (Strix nebulosa) is a very large owl, documented as the world's largest species of owl, they are distributed across the Northern Hemisphere. In some areas it is also called Phantom of the North.
Mountain Goat I've always thought that the spirit of John Muir, perhaps the love of mountains the white beard, was in this animal.