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Eye of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.Eye of a Southern White-faced OwlEye of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Eye of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird

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Glance of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.Glance of a Southern White-faced OwlGlance of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Glance of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal

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Head of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.Head of a Southern White-faced OwlHead of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Head of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird

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Portrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.Portrait of a Southern White-faced OwlPortrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Portrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal

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Portrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.Portrait of a Southern White-faced OwlPortrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Portrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal

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Portrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.Portrait of a Southern White-faced OwlPortrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Portrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal

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Portrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.Portrait of a Southern White-faced OwlPortrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Portrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal

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Portrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.Portrait of a Southern White-faced OwlPortrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Portrait of a Southern White-faced Owl ; Medium sized nocturnal

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Southern White-faced Owl on a branch ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.Southern White-faced Owl on a branchSouthern White-faced Owl on a branch ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Southern White-faced Owl on a branch ; Medium sized nocturnal

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Southern White-faced Owl on a branch ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.Southern White-faced Owl on a branchSouthern White-faced Owl on a branch ; Medium sized nocturnal bird with prominent ear tufts and characteristic white face, edged with black. Found in savannah, open woodland and riverine woodland. Extremely big eyes, for excellent night vision. Owls can turn their heads about 270 degrees in either direction to follow the movement of prey. Eats mainly insects but small rodents, mammals and birds might also fall prey.© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Southern White-faced Owl on a branch ; Medium sized nocturnal

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Tieke singing on a branch New Zealand ; Tiritiri Matangi Reserve.<br>Its rarefaction is due to carnivores introduction (Cats, Rats, Hermines,...). Indeed, this bird sleeps on the ground to protect from its former main predator, an Owl (Sceloglaux albifacies) which is now extinct.<br>Tieke singing on a branch New ZealandTieke singing on a branch New Zealand ; Tiritiri Matangi Reserve.
Its rarefaction is due to carnivores introduction (Cats, Rats, Hermines,...). Indeed, this bird sleeps on the ground to protect from its former main predator, an Owl (Sceloglaux albifacies) which is now extinct.
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Tieke singing on a branch New Zealand ; Tiritiri Matangi

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