Great Horned Owls for Sale
8/16/2017E-mail: Email this seller
1 Bald Eagle female mature rehabilitated, breeding age looking for a mate.
1 Spectacled Owl female 2007 sex verified
1 Saker Falcon female 2011
Great Horned Owl
The Great Horned Owl, (Bubo virginianus), is a large owl native to North and South America. It is an adaptable bird with a vast range, though it is not as widespread as the Barn Owl.
Individuals range in length from 46 to 68 cm (18 to 27 inches) and have a wingspan of 101 to 153 cm (40 to 60.5 inches). An average Great Horned Owl is 55 cm (22 inches) long, has a wingspan of 124 cm (49 inches) and weighs about 1400 grams (3.1 lbs). Generally, the largest owls are found closer to the Polar regions and the smallest owls are found closer to the Equator. Females are larger than males. Adults have large ear tufts, a reddish, brown or gray face and a white patch on the throat. The iris is yellow, except in the race B. v. nacurutu where it is amber. The ear tufts are not actually ears, but simply tufts of feathers. The under parts are light with brown barring; the upper parts are mottled brown. The legs and feet are covered in feathers up to the talons. There are individual and regional variations in color; birds from the sub-Arctic are a washed-out, light-buff color, while those from Central America can be a dark chocolate brown.
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A Great Horned owl that appeared on our property in Ross County, Ohio. March, 2011.