The powerful owl is a native Australian bird.
The powerful owl’s scientific name is Ninox strenua.
The powerful owl has cream feathers, deep yellow eyes, a long sharp beak, yellow feet and long tail feathers.
It lives in tall trees along the eastern coast.
Like all birds they lay eggs in nests made out of sticks.
They feast on beetles, possums, magpies and kookaburras.
The powerful owl has no predators. They are rare because people are cutting down trees and destroying their habitat.
If the powerful owl is to survive, their habitat must be protected.