Snowy Owl in Flight. This photo depicts the bird flying across a snowy landscape. This image was taken by the light of a bright afternoon sun. The bird in this photo is well-insulated against winter cold.
Snowy Owl :Nyctea scandiaca Size: Wingspan: 4.5-5 feet Distribution: Circumpolar - Arctic regions Months seen: All year round. Food: Small mammals and birds Habitat: Arctic tundra or open grasslands and fields
Eagle owl (Bubo bubo) perched on rock in grassland in summer, ear tufts raised. These owls occupy a variety of habitats from deserts and rocky grassland to northern boreal forests. They can rotate their heads by over 180 degrees in both directions to give an all around view.
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