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Great horned owl (Bubo virginianus) with beak open, Florida, USA : Stock Photo
These owls are the only species of eagle owl native to the Americas. Females are larger than the males. They live in a diverse variety of habitats from subarctic regions to deserts from Alaska to the tip of South America.

Great horned owl (Bubo virginianus) with beak open, Florida, USA

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Mitch Kezar
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These owls are the only species of eagle owl native to the Americas. Females are larger than the males. They live in a diverse variety of habitats from subarctic regions to deserts from Alaska to the tip of South America.
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