Barn Owl ~ Close-Up

Kimberly Chadwick

Marana, United States

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Taken at the Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum

TOP TEN WINNER (8th Place) in The Strigidae & Tytonidae Families challenge

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A widespread but usually scarce species, Barn Owl can be found in almost any open habitat in which prey and nesting

sites are available, from deserts to farms to marshes. It preys on mice and on other rodents .

Barn Owl are strikingly pale below and sometimes mistaken for the diurnal snowy owl,but its buff and gray upperparts,

dark eyes in a white facial disc, and long legs set it apart from other American Owls.This species is strictly nocturnal

and rarely observed in flight even at dusk.

VOICE a bone-chilling, screeching hiss, often given in flight; similar to begging cries of fledglings of many larger owls but usually with less nasal quality.

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