Great Horned Owl


Great Horned Owl

Scientific Name: Bubo virginianus

The Great Horned Owl, Bubo virginianus, is a formidable nocturnal predator that inhabits the woodlands and open habitats of Huntington Beach, California. With its piercing yellow eyes, prominent ear tufts, and mottled brown plumage, the Great Horned Owl is a symbol of silent strength and stealthy hunting prowess. These apex predators are year-round residents in the area, preying on a variety of mammals, birds, and reptiles. Great Horned Owls are most active during the night, using their keen senses of sight and hearing to locate prey.

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