Two predators of the snowy owl are falcons and foxes, but the greatest danger is humans who may hunt the snowy owl for trophies or food, according to the University of Michigan's z...
At the extreme northern margins of the arctic tundra lives the Snowy Owl, the northernmost, heaviest, and most distinctively marked owl of North America. Largely diurnal...
The snowy owl (Bubo scandiacus) is a large, white owl of the typical owl family.
Snowy owls are native to Arctic regions in North America and Eurasia. Younger ...
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During the breeding season, snowy owls
are a bit more vocal. FACT: In years when prey is abundant, snowy owls
lay more eggs.
In parts of their range where lemmings and voles are absent, such as the Shetland Islands, snowy owls
feed on rabbits or chicks of wading birds... More »
The regal Snowy Owl is one of the few birds that can get even non-birders to
come out for a look. This largest (by weight) North American owl shows up ...
Learn how to identify Snowy Owl, its life history, cool facts, sounds and calls, and
watch videos. The regal Snowy Owl is one of the few birds that can get even ...
Snowy owls are mostly white with narrow, sparse brown bars and spots. Their
golden colored eyes are rather small for an owl and their toes and claws are ...
Snowy owls are the largest bird species in the arctic. They are 63 to 73 cm long
and have an average wingspan of 170 cm. Females are larger and heavier than
The Snowy Owl is a large diurnal white Owl with a rounded head, yellow eyes
and black bill. The name 'scandiacus' is a Latinised word referring to Scandinavia