The Saw Whet Is Our Smallest Owl

Saw-Whet Owl
Saw-Whet Owl

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The smallest owl in our north woods is the saw whet. Even though it’s only eight inches tall, it’s quite common and often seen and heard in our conifer forests. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke to local naturalist Chel Anderson about this attractive little owl.

Photo courtesy of Blake Matheson via Flickr.


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