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Great Gray Owl
(Strix nebulosa)

    
        
Great Gray Owl
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Great Gray Owl Information

Length:
 24 - 33"

Habitat:
 Dense coniferous forests with nearby open areas such as bogs, forest clearings, or open fields. Seeks breeding habitat containing the abandoned nest of a large bird such as a hawk or raven.

Diet:
 Primarily small rodents such as voles and mice. Also rats, shrews, squirrels, weasels, and some birds.
 
Identification tips for the Great Gray Owl
 
Songs and calls of the Great Gray Owl
 
Browse photos of the Great Gray Owl
 
Additional Information:

Owling.com
Range map, description, young, habitat, food and feeding, breeding, movements and life span of this raptor.
 
 
Great Gray Owl
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