7. Great Gray Owl

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HOT SPOT: Sax-zim Bog, Min­nesota

A bird of the far north, the great gray owl is found in North Amer­ica’s bo­real and high moun­tain west­ern forests and across Eura­sia. It takes up to seven small mam­mals daily to sus­tain these large owls. Win­ter is the best time to spot a great gray owl, when small num­bers ir­rupt south­ward. Ob­servers and pho­tog­ra­phers should give great grays—and other wildlife—plenty of space.

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