Great horned owls are the most common owl in the Americas, populating the icy north of Canada, the southern tip of Argentina and nearly everywhere in-between. They are equally at home in suburbia and remote woodlands. Even so, they are much more likely to be heard than seen. Their distinctive “who-who-WHOOO-who-who” can be heard . . .

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