Tawny Owl (Strix aluco) is common in woodlands across much of Eurasia. The bird is none migratory and highly territorial.
Tawny Owl nests are usually in a hole in a tree, but they also use old magpie nests, squirrel nests or holes in buildings, and likes to use nest boxes.
Tawny Owl hunts almost exclusively at night. The bird takes a large set of prey, mainly forest rodents, but also other mammals, up to a baby bunny's size, as well as birds, earthworms and beetles
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