There is no specimen of the long-eared owl at present in the Museum.
On the other hand, the long-eared owl respects family traditions, and goes about only after dark.
There is the long-eared owl, with his bent-in, short, hooked nose and funny feathered ears standing straight up.
I recall here another little story he related of a bird—a long-eared owl.
Predation by the long-eared owl was especially heavy; remains of voles were identified in 72 per cent of its pellets examined.
The common owl is indigenous, the long-eared owl resident, and the short-eared owl a regular winter visitor.
The long-eared owl is not very particular in the choice of her nesting-place.