Long-eared Owl (Miniature) Carved out of Tupelo Wood with glass eyes,
mounted on driftwood and painted with acrylics.
"Long Eared Owls are buoyant fliers, appearing to glide noiselessly even when their wings are flapping. They are very maneuverable and can fly
through fairly dense brush. They fly moth like, often hovering and fluttering while looking for prey. When roosting, a Long eared Owl will stretch its
body to make itself appear like a tree branch. This Owl species is perhaps most easily seen perched in a tree in its daytime roost."