<p><br> The most common owl in North and South America, the great horned owl has adapted to a wide variety of habitats and climates.</p>

Great Horned Owl


The most common owl in North and South America, the great horned owl has adapted to a wide variety of habitats and climates.

Photograph by Joel Sartore

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