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Give a hoot for our Powerful Owl friend! Yes, that's his real name (scientific name Ninox strenua). He wears his power suit and tie just to reaffirm his stature. He also cares greatly for the forest and encourages everyone, not just owls, to stop polluting.

This is a digital archival print created from original pen and ink drawing.

5x7" - Comes with backing in plastic sleeve just for you - all ready to pop in a frame.

He also asked us to share this bit of information with you:
"The Powerful Owl is the largest owl in Australasia. It is a typical hawk-owl, with staring yellow eyes and no facial-disc. Adults reach 60 cm in length, have a wingspan of up to 140 cm and weigh up to 1.45 kilograms. Males are larger than females. The upper parts of the Powerful Owl are dark, greyish-brown with indistinct off-white bars. The underparts are whitish with dark greyish-brown V-shaped markings. Juvenile Powerful Owls have a white crown and underparts that contrasts with its small, dark streaks and dark eye patches. The call of this species may be heard at any time of the year, but it is more vocal during the winter breeding season. It has a slow, deep and resonant double hoot, with the female's being higher pitched and expressing an upward inflection on the second note." {http://www.threatenedspecies.environment.nsw.gov.au/tsprofile/profile.aspx?id=10562}

All images copyright Ryan Berkley Illustration, thanks.

Powerful Owl print 5x7


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