great grey owl


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large dish-faced owl of northern North America and western Eurasia

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ON THE HUNT Great grey owl snapped by Harry Collins
THE PHANTOM OF THE NORTH THE GREAT grey owl is also known as the great gray ghost, the phantom of the north and the bearded owl.
He has covered 8000 miles in his tundra buggy, capturing haunting images of bears, walrus, great grey owls and other natural treasures of the Arctic.
There are also two pythons, a giant bullfrog that leaps in the air to grab food, a pair of bearded dragons, an alligator snapping turtle, and a great grey owl.
There is also a twice daily falconry display but if you miss this you can still admire some of the beautiful birds, from majestic barn owls to a great grey owl and various falcons.
Visitors can have a hHoot with the owls with daily displays and see the impressive European eagle owl and stunning great grey owl.
Gandalf the Great Grey Owl is scared of flying out in the open so his owners built his aviary inside a shed.
Warren Calitz brought his Mini Sheep Show, supported by the National Farmers' Union, while 12 magnificent birds of prey including four-month-old Great Grey Owl Little Billy travelled over from Spennymoor-based Ridgeside Falconry.
THREE great grey owl chicks are getting acquainted with their surroundings at the Welsh Mountain Zoo, Colwyn Bay.
The great grey owl is a daytime predator and relies on hearing to locate prey under the snow," says Tim.
GREAT grey owl Hurricane flew into big trouble when he made for the castle walls during a birds of prey display in the courtyard of the 11th century Dudley Castle at the heart of the zoological gardens.
The centre, in Sandiway near Northwich, is home to more than 70 birds of prey including Mistral, the sister of a great grey owl which appears alongside Hedwig in the film.
WISE GUY J Snowy owl perches on a Canadian summit HIGH 'N' FLIGHTY Bald eagle is caught in a snowstorm m SPAN-TASTIC J A great grey owl moves in for the kill DON'T ZSNATCH Albatross feeds its chick on Bird Island
The centre, in Sandiway, near Northwich, is home to more than 70 birds of prey including Mistral, the sister of a great grey owl which appears alongside Hedwig in the film.
Among the other clips seen in the are one of a pack of 25 timber wolves hunting bison, a great grey owl in mid-flight and the moment a cameraman is stunned when a killer whale and her calf shoot out of an ice hole just yards from him.