Here's why Australia's powerful owls are moving to urban areas - and how we can help them

Australia’s largest owl measures 65 centimetres from head to tail and weighs 1.6 kilograms. Image: REUTERS/David Gray

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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