The huge horn, also known as the tiger or the, is a large large native to America. It is a highly adaptable bird with a wide array and is the most widely spread right owl in the Americas. Bighorn O’s diet is the most diverse of all North American raptors. Their prey varies in size, from tiny rodents and scorpions to hares, skunks, geese and birds of prey. They mainly eat mammals and birds-especially rabbits, hares, mice and American coots. They also eat many other species, counting voles, moles, mice, gophers, chipmunks, squirrels, marmots, and soil Marmot, prairie dog, bat, skunk, house cat, porcupine, duck, bone idle man, merganser, grebe, railroad track, owl, eagle, crow, crow, dove and starling. They supplement their diet, counting reptiles, insects, fish, invertebrates, and sometimes carrion. They may walk along the ground, searching for small prey near bushes or other obstacles.
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