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Eastern screech-owl (Otus asio), Starr County, Texas, USA<br />
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There’s a reason for their name! These compact owls—up to about 10 inches tall—have a piercing call. The patterning on their feathers is a perfect camouflage against the bark of trees.

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Eastern screech-owl (Otus asio), Starr County, Texas, USA

There’s a reason for their name! These compact owls—up to about 10 inches tall—have a piercing call. The patterning on their feathers is a perfect camouflage against the bark of trees.

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