The Marsh Owl is active late afternoons and early morning; often seen on fence pole (see my images!) It's a locally common resident. Its habitat is tall open woodland and broad-leafed bushveld. The Marsh Owl eats mainly small rodents. Its call is a grating croak, like tearing canvas. Breeding habits: it's monogamous. It nests in a shallow pad concealed under grass tuft.
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