There's a reason the barred owl is called the 'hoot owl'
Last week's column was devoted to the great gray owl. This week I will give center stage to the great gray's cousin. One of my favorite Minnesota owls -- indeed, one of the most common in our state -- is the barred owl. This owl, which resembles its great gray owl relative, is smaller than both the great horned and great gray.
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