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Birds of KY: Owl at Roley, KY is a screech owl, gray form

Comments re photo 56004 Birds of KY Owl at Roley Adair County KY Wendy Butler Burt writes:
Screech owl, gray form, the most common coloration. There also are brown form and red form screech owls. - Wendy Butler Burt
Thanks, Wendy Butler Burt - The information will be posted with the photo. -EW

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Birds of KY: Owl at Roley, Adair County, KY

2014-07-24 - Roley (Casey Creek), KY - Photo by Frances Salyers.
"Came home from Bible school tonight (Wednesday, July 23, 2014); missed getting picture of a mink but caught this owl," Frances Salyers writes. (If there there is someone well versed on owls, please let us know this one's identification. - CM) - Wendy Butler Burt writes with this ID: "Screech owl, gray form, the most common coloration. There also are brown form and red form screech owls." (Also, there's still more at All About Birds: Owl Prowl - CM)

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