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One of only a handful of owl species that roost communally during the winter, Long-eared Owls nest in groups of 2-20, although records exist of 100 or more.
During the breeding season, pairs form and lay an average of 3-5 eggs.
The Owl Nest Cam features Long-Eared Owls (abbreviated LEOW). As you will see from watching the owl nest cam, LEOW is a medium-sized owl that travels lightly on the wing and looks slimmer and more upright on the perch than the Great Horned Owl.
Found in grasslands and open forests throughout North America, Europe, and parts of Asia, Long-eared Owls have bright yellow-orange eyes and buffy orange facial disks, black bills, and white to buffy chest feathers with brown streaking and barring.
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