Barn Owl Animal Pictures

Tyto alba

Common Barn owl (Tyto alba) head close up
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Magnificent Barn Owl perched on a stump in the forest (Tyto alba)
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A Barn Owl perched on a dead tree stump in a meadow
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Barn Owl in flight
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Two Barn Owl chicks
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Barn Owl, Tyto alba, 4 months old, flying against white background
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Most Romantic Animals
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As a general rule Owls are monogamous - pairs are comprised of one male and one female, neither one of which has any involvement with other nesting birds.

Animals That Stay Up All Night - Barn Owl
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Not only is the barn owl fully nocturnal, but it can also see up to 100 times better than humans in the dark.

Animals That Mate for Life: Barn Owl
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Common Barn Owl in Dortmund Zoo

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Barn Owl (Tyto alba) in Hawaii

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Common Barn Owl (Tyto alba)

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