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Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua) juveniles. Photo by Richard Jackson.

Powerful Owls (Ninox strenua) juveniles by Richard Jackson - The Owl Pages

Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua) juveniles - Picture 14 in Ninox: strenua - Location: Engadine, New South Wales, Australia. Photo by Richa.

Powerful Owl - Ninox strenua. The largest of Australia’s owls, the powerful Owl usually inhabits the moist forests of eastern Australia. Its main item of prey is possums of various species, though large bats such as flying foxes are also often caught. The Powerful Owl is endemic to eastern and south-eastern Australia.Photo by Richard Jackson.

The Powerful Owl - Ninox strenua, is a large owl with a reatively small head and a rounded tail.The Powerful Owl is endemic to eastern and south-eastern Australia. Photo by Richard Jackson.


Two Wild long eared Owl chicks sitting in the open at the edge of a hedgerow.

Northern Hawk Owls; this is a real cool owl with a great story.

Northern Hawk Owls - wonder what they were talking about.or whooo.they look like they were up to something and got caught in the act

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Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua) Photo by Richard Jackson

Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua) juvenile at nest. Photo by Richard Jackson.

The Powerful Owl is a large owl with a rounded head and no ear-tufts. It is the largest owl in Australia.

SootyOwl are beautiful and attractive bird which look innocent but owl aremostly wild and sound horror.

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Long-eared Owl (Asio otus) juvenile by Assaf Gavra - The Owl Pages

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The tawny frogmouth owl (Podargus strigoides) is found throughout Australia, including Tasmania. The nocturnal bird is known to have a soft, deep call that sounds like ;

Hawk Owl photographed during a visit to Chester Zoo last weekend. Fortunately the enclosure where these are kept is fairly photography friendly. - Photo by Richard Steel

The Hawk Owl (Surnia ulula) know as the Northern Hawk Owl in North America, and is a non-migratory owl

I only have one conscious memory of conversation topics last night and … it’s not pretty.