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Barn Owl
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Barn Owl
[Tyto alba]

[Length 16 in. Wingspan 42 in.]

This Barn Owl in flight was photographed at a private ranch, Cayuma, California, USA. Photo taken with a AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED lens on a Nikon D7100 camera. (Date: July 1, 2013)


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Barn Owl
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Barn Owl
[Tyto alba]

[Length 16 in. Wingspan 42 in.]

This captive Barn Owl was photographed at an aviary in Lyndhurst, England, Great Britain. Photo taken with a Nikkor EDAF 180 f2.8 lens on Kodak Elitechrome 200 film. (Date: April 2002)


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Barn Owl
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Barn Owl
[Tyto alba]

[Length 16 in. Wingspan 42 in.]

This captive Barn Owl was photographed at an aviary in Lyndhurst, England, Great Britain. Photo taken with a Nikkor EDAF 180 f2.8 lens on Kodak Elitechrome 200 film. (Date: April 2002)


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Barred Owl
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Barred Owl
[Strix varia]

[Length 21 in. Wingspan 42 in.]

WHO COOKS FOR YOU?. WHO COOKS FOR YOU-ALL?. Barred Owls are known for this haunting, repetitious song, which is occasionally heard even during the day. Barred Owls are a common resident of swamps and wet forests in the eastern US and much of southern Canada. They have dark eyes (not the glaring, piercing, yellow eyes usually associated with owls and other birds of prey), which gives them a mysterious and sometimes quizzical appearance. This one was photographed in the Great Dismal Swamp, Virginia, USA. Photo taken with a Celestron 750mm f5.6 lens on Ektachrome 400 film. (Date: May 1978)


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Barred Owl
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Barred Owl
[Strix varia]

[Length 21 in. Wingspan 42 in.]

This Barred Owl was photographed sitting on an exposed perch in a swamp in central Florida, USA. Photo taken with a 300mm f4.5 Nikkor ED lens on Kodachrome 64 film. (Date: June 1981)


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Barred Owl
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Barred Owl
[Strix varia]

[Length 21 in. Wingspan 42 in.]

WHO COOKS FOR YOU?. WHO COOKS FOR YOU-ALL?. Barred Owls are known for this haunting, repetitious song, which is occasionally heard even during the day. Barred Owls are a common resident of swamps and wet forests in the eastern US and much of southern Canada. They have dark eyes (not the glaring, piercing, yellow eyes usually associated with owls and other birds of prey), which gives them a mysterious and sometimes quizzical appearance. This Barred Owl was photographed roosting in the trees of Mahogany Hammock in Everglades National Park, Florida, USA. Photo taken with a 300mm f4.5 Nikkor ED lens on Ektachrome 200 film pushed to 400. (Date: March 1982)


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Burrowing Owl - Florida
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Burrowing Owl - Florida
[Aethia cunicularia cunicularia?]

[Length 9.5 in. Wingspan 21 in.]

Burrowing Owls are common breeders in grasslands and prairies throughout the western US. There is also an isolated population in southern Florida. As the name implies, they live in burrows in the ground, which they either dig themselves or appropriate from rodents such as Prairie Dogs. They often live in close proximity to developed areas, such as golf courses and airfields. They are very diurnal, and can easily be seen standing near their burrows or hunting during the day. Photo taken with a Nikkor 300mm ED f4.5 lens on Kodachrome 64 film. Indeed, this one was photographed near a nest burrow in the infield of a local park's baseball field in the Florida Keys, USA. (Date: June 1983)


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Burrowing Owl - Florida
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Burrowing Owl - Florida
[Aethia cunicularia cunicularia?]

[Length 9.5 in. Wingspan 21 in.]

This "Florida" Burrowing Owl was photographed at a city park in Marathon, Florida, USA. Photo taken with a Nikkor 300mm ED f4.5 lens on Kodachrome 64 film. (Date: June 1983)


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