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Look up! A powerful owl could be sleeping in your backyard after a night surveying kilometres of territory

By Nick Bradsworth, PhD Candidate, Deakin University
John White, Associate Professor in Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Deakin University
Raylene Cooke, Associate Professor, Deakin University
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Researchers strapped tracking devices to 20 powerful owls in Melbourne and learned these apex predators are increasingly choosing to sleep in urban areas, from backyard trees to golf courses.

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