Owls thrive in Alaska's winter
Bob Hallinen/Anchorage Daily NewsShort-Eared Owls stand about 15 inches high and often hunt over open areas during the day.001109 Without its feathers, an owl would look like the ugliest bird in the world, combining the big beak, crooked neck and sloping brow of a naked buzzard with the posture of a dumpy chicken.
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