horned owl

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The RSPCA are desperately looking for the owners of an Eurasian eagle-owl, pictured, spotted by a Llanishen resident.
RSPCA animal collection officer Gary Lucas said: "It must have come as a huge surprise to this household to find an eagle-owl sat on a bench in their garden.
A subspecies of the widespread Spotted Eagle-Owl (Bubo africanus), which ranges from Kenya, Uganda up to South Africa, and the Arabian Eagle Owl tends to live in open woodland, rocky hillsides with scattered thorny shrubs.
The eagle-owl on the prowl has caught and killed a slowpoke (right).
His masterpiece is Gody zycia (1902; "Feast of Life"), an allegorical prose poem about the struggle between a small bird and a powerful eagle-owl.
If you see an owl perched on a roadside pole at night, it will most likely be a Spotted Eagle-Owl, Bubo africanus.