Great Horned Owl in Profile
Great horned owl has its head turned towards sounds from a potential prey.
A great hornes owl prepared to launch from a cactus stalk
Great orned Owl on Branch
A great horned owl listens intently to sounds for sounds form potential prey.
Great Horned Owl Posing
Great Horned Owl Posing - With its long, earlike tufts, intimidating yellow-eyed stare, and deep hooting voice, it’s one of the most common owls in North America.
Great Horned Owl on Stump
A great horned owl listens intently to sounds from potential prey.
A great horned owl flies in silence and with stealth.
A great horned owl flies in silence and with stealth. Its prey often has no warning of the owl’s approach and its subsequent capture.
Three To Fledge
Three To Fledge - Three great horned owlets have been jumping around their nest, exercising their wings and getting ready to take flight in just a few hours. Chatfield State Park, Colorado.
One To Fledge
One To Fledge - One of the great horned owlets in a nest of 4 owlets is ready to fledge and leave the nest.