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    • Bonnie Wirrick

      Spectacled owl. Saw this one at Animal Kingdom. So cooool.

    • Nerissa Borgen

      speckled owl

    • Laylah Najwa

      Spectacled Owl (photos by megan lorenz) "...Pulsatrix perspicillata, a large tropical owl native to the neotropics. [R]esident breeder in forests from southern Mexico and Trinidad, through Central America, south to southern Brazil, Paraguay and northwestern Argentina. [S]ix subspecies." -- Wikipedia

    • Linda Morgan

      The Speckled Boobook, also called the Oriental Hawk owl (Ninox punctulata) is a small owl at 20–17 cm. It is a reddish brown hawk owl with a white-spotted head, back and wings, a white throat patch, black facial disk, and white eyebrows. Wikipedia

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