a mottled-gray owl, Asio otus, of the Northern Hemisphere, having a long tuft on each side of the head.
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How to use long-eared owl in a sentence
There is the long-eared owl, with his bent-in, short, hooked nose and funny feathered ears standing straight up.The Children's Book of London | Geraldine Edith Mitton
I recall here another little story he related of a bird—a long-eared owl.A Shepherd's Life | W. H. Hudson
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.
On the other hand, the long-eared owl respects family traditions, and goes about only after dark.Birds Every Child Should Know | Neltje Blanchan
British Dictionary definitions for long-eared owl
a slender European owl, Asio otus, with long ear tufts: most common in coniferous forests
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