eagle owl

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eagle owl

n.
A large Eurasian owl (Bubo bubo) having brownish plumage and prominent ear tufts.

eagle owl

n
(Animals) a large owl, Bubo bubo, of Europe and Asia. It has brownish speckled plumage and large ear tufts
Translations
výr
gufo
kassikakk
huuhkaja
úfur
gufo reale
velika uharica
berguv
пугач
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A family of European Eagle Owls has moved in at a North-East woodland.
Phil's trio of birds are European Eagle Owls - the largest species of owl in the world, with a wingspan of more than four feet across and weighing at least six pounds.
One of Britain's few professional falconers dedicated to pest- control, Tom McNally, 32, has trained a squadron of eagle owls, peregrine hawks and buzzards several hundred strong.
David and Lynette Smith, owners of Canadian great horned eagle owls Zak and Zelda, and Mags, a Magellan eagle owl, appealed for help to find their pets.
Now Rayner Interocular Lens has offered the bird - one of only five Siberian Eagle Owls captive in Europe - a free lens implant.
David and Lynette Smith, the worried owners of Zak and Zelda, Canadian great horned eagle owls, and Mags, a Magellan eagle owl, appealed for help to find their pets.
There are only 200 pairs of Siberian Eagle Owls surviving in the wild and only five in captivity in Europe - two of them in Britain.
Even giant models of eagle owls failed to deter thousands of birds - they just perched on them.
Steve Williams, HMP Altcourse who is yet to be named | Three Bengal Eagle Owls named Ron, Olivia and Reggie | A Kestrel named Jesse Most of the birds are donated by a Warrington based charity, Wildwings, who offer expertise and support for the programme.
Eagle owls, which are the largest breed, can weigh as much as five pounds.
Eagle owls are not native to Scotland and it is thought it may have escaped from a bird sanctuary or private owner.
KIDAPAWAN CITY -- Two baby eagle owls, an endangered species, were turned over to authorities on Monday after these were found by a farmer in the village of Birada here.
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