Rare great grey owl in the Netherlands


This video from Sweden is called Great Grey Owl (Strix nebulosa).

The northern hawk-owl is still present today in Zwolle, the Netherlands.

More to the south, in Zetten, today there was another rare owl species from northern Europe.

Birder Mieke van den Brandhof saw this great grey owl. Her photos are here.

Great grey owl photos from Canada: here.

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