Eurasian Eagle Owl
This owl is found in North Africa, Europe, Asia and the Middle East in many different habitats. It often lives in coniferous forests and deserts and including coniferous forests and deserts, and preferably landscapes with many rocks and open spaces. They nest on cliff edges, in cracks between rocks and in caves. They are resourceful in that they may use nests previously occupied by other birds their size. In late winter the female lays 1-4 white eggs, and while incubating, the female is brought food by her mate
They hunt during dusk and dawn, where it preys upon voles and rates, beetles, deer fawns, rabbits, birds and mice. Occasionally other smaller owls may also be a part of their diet, as well as snakes and fish.