Tawny Owl - Irmantas Žutautas
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The Tawny Owl is a medium-sized, chunky owl with a large,rounded head and no ear-tufts. Grey, brown and rufous morphs exist, as well as intermediate birds in coloration.
Size: Length 36-40cm. Wing length 248-323mm. Tail length 148-210mm. Weight 325-716g. Females are normally larger and heavier than males.
Habits: Generally nocturnal, but sometimes active during the day. A very vocal bird, particularly during Autumn, winter and early Spring on calm nights.
Habitat: Tawny Owls usually breed in broadleaved woodland and forests and open parklands. They are adaptable and have even taken up residence in cities such as London and Berlin where there are large wooded parks and gardens.
Distribution: The world distribution of Tawny Owls extends throughout Europe and North Africa eastwards to Iran and western Siberia. The Asiatic range covers north-western India, the Himalayas, southern China, Korea and Taiwan. In Europe the Tawny Owl is the commonest and most widespread owl.
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