Can you spot the owl hiding in plain sight? The stealthy bird is camouflaged – so how long will it take you to find?

A STEALTHY owl blends into a woodland scene – but can you spot it?

The small bird may be hard to spot at first thanks to perfectly camouflaging into its surroundings.

If you need some help try looking at some of the branches to see if the owl is perching on them.

And if you still need help, the answer can be found below.

The picture certainly shows that some secretive animals across the globe are truly the masters of disguise.

There are five resident owl species found in the UK (barn, tawny, long-eared, short-eared and little).

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The Owls Trust said: “Most owls are nocturnal and hunt at night, but can also be seen hunting at dusk. 

“Some owls in the UK, such as the Little Owl and the Short-Eared Owl are diurnal, i.e. they hunt during the day.

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“Owls see in the same way that humans do, with both eyes straight ahead. “This is called binocular vision and enables the bird to judge distances accurately. 

“Their eyes have adapted to help them to see when it is almost dark.

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“But like us, in total darkness, they can see nothing so they always need some light to see.”

So, could you find the owl on the tree? And if so, how long did it take you?

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