The Ural Owl (Strix uralensis) is any of around 15 types of medium-large nighttime owl of the genus Strix widespread in Europe and north Asia.
It typically sports a grey-brown tuft, mark with dark brownish stripes ranging from its direct to its belly. It has little black eyes, orange-yellow expense, and also brief rounded tail.
It gauges around 50 to 61 centimeters long and also weighs is 500– 730 g. It has a wingspan from 110 to 134 centimeters. Its diet plan includes rodents and medium-sized to big birds.