U.S. military Natural Resources Management program protects species in South Korea
Scientific Name: Bubo bubo Life Span: 20 years Diet: Small mammals, amphibians, insects, and birds Size: 3 feet Wingspan: 4 feet A top predator in the local food chain, they inhabit forested areas across South Korea. Owls can be seen on USAG Humphreys resting in trees. Mostly nocturnal, owls spend their active time hunting at night. The Eurasian eagle owl is one of the world’s largest owl species. It is listed as endangered and as a natural monument in South Korea. (Courtesy photo)

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