great grey owl


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Related to great grey owl: burrowing owl, great horned owl
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Noun1.great grey owl - large dish-faced owl of northern North America and western Eurasiagreat grey owl - large dish-faced owl of northern North America and western Eurasia
bird of Minerva, bird of night, owl, hooter - nocturnal bird of prey with hawk-like beak and claws and large head with front-facing eyes
genus Strix, Strix - owls lacking ear tufts
Translations
lapinpöllö
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Emma Rowe from the Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary, pictured with a rescued Great Grey Owl, says the vandals deliberately targeted the 4x4.
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'Holding the body of a great grey owl is similar to holding a big down pillow with a fresh sweet potato in the middle of it,' he writes.
Ben also discovers why the great grey owl has such extraordinary hearing and explores the sophisticated hunting technique used by the sperm whale.
Nicola Hogan, a customer sales assistant at the Darlington Building Society, Redcar, said: "It was a great privilege to visit the centre to hand over our donation and to get to so close to such a magnificent creature as Atlas, the great grey owl."
BIRDS OF A FEATHER: Lumpy the Great Grey Owl entertains visitors at Knowsley Safari Park Picture: MARTIN BIRCHALL
You can have a hoot with the owls with daily displays and see the impressive European eagle owl and stunning great grey owl.
Creature features OUR FRIENDS DUDLEY ZOO THE LATEST The couple, from Wordsley, whose son Ivor is a site gardener, also donated plants for the garden as well as adopting Granville the great grey owl - Joy's favourite.
The second baby is Atlas, a great grey owl who, at 8 weeks old, is eating double the amount of an adult bird.