Northern Hawk Owl

Scientific name : Surnia ulula
Other names: Brezhoneg: Kaouenn an taiga , Català: Mussol esparverenc , Česky: Sovice krahujová , Dansk: Høgeugle , Deutsch: Sperbereule , Esperanto: Nizostrigo , Español: Cárabo gavilán , Eesti: Vöötkakk , Basque: Hontz gabirai , Suomi: Hiiripöllö , Français: Chouette épervière , Magyar: Karvalybagoly , Italiano: Ulula , 日本語: オナガフクロウ , Lietuviškai: Raiboji pelėda , Latviešu: Svītrainā pūce , Nederlands: Sperweruil , Norsk (nynorsk): Haukugle , Norsk: Haukugle , Polski: Sowa jarzębata , Português: Coruja-gavião , Русский: Ястребиная сова , Svenska: Hökuggla , Українська: Сова яструбина

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Hawk owls have a cross-banded underside, rather narrow wings, a long wedge-shaped tail and a black circled face. The face veil is light, the back dark brown with white spots. Young birds are gray-brown and have not as pronounced banding ...


Northern Hawk Owl
Northern Hawk Owl
Northern Hawk Owl
Northern Hawk Owl
Northern Hawk Owl


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