Eastern Barn Owl
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Pacific Barn Owl
The Eastern Barn Owl is nocturnal. During the day, the birds roost in hollow logs, caves or on concealed tree branches, emerging at night to hunt.
White 'heart-shaped' facial disc.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
The Eastern Barn Owl are the most widespread of the owls, found on every continent in the world except Antarctica.
Carnivore. Feeds on small mammals, rats and mice, and birds, but some insects, frogs and lizards are also eaten.
Found in open, often dry country, such as farms, heath and lightly-wooded forest.
Native to Australia