Pharaoh Eagle-Owl Scans the Desert.

Photograph by Husain Alfraid, National Geographic Your Shot
From its preferred nesting environment—a scrape constructed within a rocky cliff or outcrop—this pharaoh eagle-owl scans the terrain.
Its bright yellow eyes are characteristic of the species.
The birds are generally found in arid habitats of North Africa and the Middle East and are efficient nocturnal predators—even scorpions are on its menu.
Source: Pharaoh Eagle-Owl Image | National Geographic Photo of the Day

3 thoughts on “Pharaoh Eagle-Owl Scans the Desert.

  1. Owls are so amazing. You’ve got to be careful though… Some of those Harry Potter fans got pecked from their pet owls…. Would love your feedback on my new short called peekaboo

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