1. Great Gray Owl

Great Gray Owl

Great Gray Owl
Classification(s) : Predator
Cat Name : Owl
Common Name : Great Gray Owl
Scientific Name : Strix nebulosa
Other Name(s) :
Physical Description :

A large yellow eyes owl with brown barred feathers and a black and white “bow-tie” type marking on the throat.

Physical Statistics :

Length: 24–33.1 inches (61–84 centimeters)
Weight: 24.7–60 ounces (700–1700 grams)
Wingspan: 53.9–60.2 inches (137–153 centimeters)

Behavior :

A night hunter with sharp eyes that prefers to hunt via overhead ambush and nest in forests.

Social Organization :

Solitary except for breeding pairs and chicks.

Approval Level : Mod; Due to territorial behavior and year round residency, Great Gray Owls would be and ongoing problem if one moved into the clans area.
Danger Level : High (All cats are vulnerable);

Great Gray Owls ambush hunt small mammals, and might even take larger cats if a good opportunity presented itself.