Great Grey Owl

Great Grey Owl

Summary:

Literature Great Grey Owl
[order] Strigiformes

Great Grey Owl determination[order] Strigiformes | [family] Strigidae | [latin] Strix nebulosa | [UK] Great Grey Owl | [FR] Chouette lapone | [DE] Bartkauz | [ES] Cárabo Lapón | [IT] Allocco di Lapponia | [NL] Laplanduil


Subspecies and global distribution

  1. Strix nebulosa lapponica n Europe, n Asia
  2. Strix nebulosa nebulosa n North America
  3. Strix nebulosa NA, EU n

Literature

Title
Landscape Featur es and Characteristics of Great Gray Owl ( Strix nebulosa) Nests in
Fragmented Landscapes of Central Alberta

Author(s): D.P. Stepnisky
Abstract: Forest fragmentation through timber harvesting, agricultural clearing, and other industrial activities is increasing on the Canadian landscape. This study was conducted in order to gain an understanding of habitat requirements for breeding Great Gray..[more]..
Source: 2nd Owl Symposium
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Title
Sex and Age Composition of Great Gray Owls
Author(s): Robert W. Nero and Herbert W.R. Copland
Abstract: In the winter 1995/1996, a nearly continent-wide movement
of Great Gray Owls (Strix nebulosa) occurred. A sample of 126 owls
examined during this period, mainly from northeast of Winnipeg,
included a large number from the 1994 hatch-year…[more]..
Source: 2nd Owl Symposium
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Title
Nest Site Habitat and Prey Use of a
Breeding Pair of Great Gray Owls in the
Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Author(s): R. Gregory Corace et al.
Abstract: We describe nest site habitat characteristics at two spatial scales and prey use for
the first confirmed successful nesting pair of Great Gray Owls (Strix nebulosa) in
Michigan. Habitats around the nest site were considerably heterogeneous out to 2..[more]..
Source: The Passenger Pigeon, Vol. 68, No. 4, 2006
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Title
The Great Gray Owl as a Predator on Pocket Gophers
Author(s): C. A. TRYON, JR.
Abstract: I observed a Great Gray Owl (Scotiaptex nebulosa nebulosa) in the Bridger Mountains,
about 20 miles northeast of Bozeman, Montana. The locality was in the upper Canadian Zone, at 7,000 feet elevation. The day was cloudy and dark, with occasional spa..[more]..
Source: Wilson bull. Vol. 55, No. 2
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Title
NESTING CHRONOLOGY OF THE GREAT GRAY OWL AT AN ARTIFICIAL NEST SITE IN THE SIERRA NEVADA
Author(s): THOMAS W. BECK AND RANDALL A. SMITH
Abstract: The California Great Gray Owl (Strix nebulosa) population is centered in the Yosemite region of the Sierra Nevada (Winter 1980). Efforts were initiated in 1980 to enhance breeding habitat at Ackerson Meadow in the Stanislaus National Forest by provid..[more]..
Source: J. Raptor Res. 21(3):116-118
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All of Strigidae

  1. Boreal Owl
  2. Aegolius funereus
  1. Eagle owl
  2. Bubo bubo
  1. Eagle-Owl
  2. Bubo bubo
  1. Great Grey Owl
  2. Strix nebulosa
  1. Little Owl
  2. Athene noctua
  1. Long-eared Owl
  2. Asio otus
  1. Pygmy-Owl
  2. Glaucidium passerinum
  1. Scops-Owl
  2. Otus scops
  1. Short-eared Owl
  2. Asio flammeus
  1. Snowy Owl
  2. Nyctea scandiaca
  1. Tawny Owl
  2. Strix aluco
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