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Long-eared Owl
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Long-eared Owl
[Asio otus]

[Length 15 in. Wingspan 36 in.]

This captive Long-eared Owl was photographed at a wildlife rehabilitation center in central New Jersey, USA. Photo taken with a 50mm f1.4 Pentax SMC Macro Lens on Kodachrome 64 film (photo courtesy Art and Hanna Richard). (Date: Unknown)


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Long-eared Owl
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Long-eared Owl
[Asio otus]

[Length 15 in. Wingspan 36 in.]

This Long-eared Owl was photographed in its favorite "roost tree" at Great Swamp NWR in central New Jersey, USA. Photo taken with a 300mm f4.5 Nikkor ED lens on Ektachrome 400 film pushed to 800. (Date: March 1982)


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Northern Hawk Owl
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Northern Hawk Owl
[Surnia ulula]

[Length 16 in. Wingspan 28 in.]

The Northern Hawk Owl is found in boreal forests throughout Alaska, Canada, and the northern US. It is a diurnal owl, hunting openly during the day from exposed perches. This one was photographed in mid-winter near Burlington, Vermont, USA. Photo taken with a 750mm f5.6 Celestron mirror lens on Ektachrome 200 film pushed to 400. (Date: February 1979)


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Northern Saw-whet Owl
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Northern Saw-whet Owl
[Aegolius acadicus]

[Length 8 in. Wingspan 17 in.]

The Northern Saw-Whet Owl occurs throughout southern Canada, along the western Canada coast to southeastern Alaska, and in much of the US except the Great Plains, southeastern, and Gulf Coast states (although in winter it may be found in these areas, too, except for the Gulf Coast states). It is the smallest owl found in the eastern US and Canada. The Saw-Whet gets its name from its raspy call note, which sounds remarkably like the sound of a saw being sharpened. A scolding flock of Chickadees and Titmice betrayed the presence of this Northern Saw-whet Owl on a gray February day in the woods of central New Jersey, USA. A dead mouse was digitally removed from the branch at the bird's feet in the "computer darkroom" with Adobe PhotoShop software to enhance the aesthetics of the picture. Photo taken with a 300mm f4.5 Nikkor ED lens on Ektachrome 200 film pushed to 400. (Date: December 1982)


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Northern Saw-whet Owl
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Northern Saw-whet Owl
[Aegolius acadicus]

[Length 8 in. Wingspan 17 in.]

A scolding flock of Chickadees and Titmice betrayed the presence of this Northern Saw-whet Owl on a gray February day in the woods of central New Jersey, USA. A dead mouse was digitally removed from the branch at the bird's feet in the "computer darkroom" with Adobe PhotoShop software to enhance the aesthetics of the picture. Photo taken with a 300mm f4.5 Nikkor ED lens on Ektachrome 200 film pushed to 400. (Date: December 1982)


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Short-eared Owl
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Short-eared Owl
[Asio flammeus]

[Length 15 in. Wingspan 38 in.]

This captive Short-eared Owl was photographed at a wildlife rehabilitation center in central New Jersey, USA. Photo taken with a 50mm f1.4 Pentax SMC Macro Lens on Kodachrome 64 film (photo courtesy Art and Hanna Richard). (Date: Unknown)


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Short-eared Owl
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Short-eared Owl
[Asio flammeus]

[Length 15 in. Wingspan 38 in.]

This Short-eared Owl in flight was photographed on Staten Island, New York, USA. Photo taken with a Nikkor 300mm ED f4.5 lens on Kodachrome 64 film. (Date: January 1980)


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Short-eared Owl
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Short-eared Owl
[Asio flammeus]

[Length 15 in. Wingspan 38 in.]

This Short-eared Owl in flight was photographed at Arapaho NWR in Walden, Colorado, USA. Photo taken with a Nikkor 300mm EDAF f4.0 lens on Kodachrome 200 film. (Date: May 1992)


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