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Great Gray Owl
(Strix nebulosa)

    
        
Great Gray Owl
© Mike Danzenbaker
 
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.
 
Great Gray Owl ID TipsIdentification tips for the Great Gray Owl
 
Additional Information:

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

 

 


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