Despite its name, the great horned owl has no horns! It is named for the tufts of feathers that sit on top of its head, called plumicorns.
The great horned owl is one of the most common owls in North America, found in a range of habitats
Aggressive and powerful in its hunting (sometimes known by nicknames such as ‘tiger owl’), it takes prey as varied as rabbits, hawks, snakes, and even skunks, and will even attack porcupines, often with fatal results for both prey and predator.
This print is available in the following sizes:
9 x 12 (A4 approx) with mount: 12 x 16
12 x 16 (A3 approx) with mount: 16 x 20
Giclee Prints are beautifully printed on Hahnemuhle Etching 310gsm Acid-Free Cotton Rag Paper using Archival Museum Quality Inks, guaranteed to withstand fading for at least 100 years.
All prints come with a certificate of authenticity.
Watermark will not appear on print.