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  1. Mikajinn Reply
    This night-time hooter is the Great Horned Owl, often heard during dark winter evenings and pre-dawn mornings. A pair of owls may call back and forth or overlap their hoots. The male’s call is slightly lower in pitch. Can you pick it out? [Sound of owl pair calling] Chiefly nocturnal, the large, inch Great Horned Owl is difficult to see.
  2. Dugami Reply
    With its long, earlike tufts, intimidating yellow-eyed stare, and deep hooting voice, the Great Horned Owl is the quintessential owl of storybooks. This powerful predator can take down birds and mammals even larger than itself, but it also dines on daintier fare such as tiny scorpions, mice, and frogs. It’s one of the most common owls in North America, equally at home in deserts, wetlands.
  3. Takazahn Reply
    [Great Horned Owl pair hooting] Compared to many birds, young Great Horned Owls remain with their parents a long time. Robins, for example, are fending for themselves only six weeks after they hatch. Our owlets are now almost seven months old. [Screech of Great Horned owlet] These two hatched in early March, from eggs laid in late January.
  4. Gurn Reply
    Apr 29,  · Here's a short clip of a beautiful great horned owl seen along Last Dollar Road in Colorado Song: Wind in the Caroberta Woods - Marcin Przybyłowicz.
  5. Mezisar Reply
    Oct 10,  · The pair were making alternating calls to each other that sounds like a deep, soft hoot that goes something like this, hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo. ABOUT THE GREAT HORNED OWL. The Great Horned Owl is a nocturnal owl and is a year round resident where we live in Kentucky but also throughout North America and also in Central and South America.

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