Giant Owl of New Jersey.
Etymology: From its call.
Behavior: Call is a "WOOoo WOOoo WOOoo."
Distribution: Northwestern New Jersey.
Significant sightings: In June 1965, Ivan T. Sanderson and Walter McGraw heard a loud "WOOoo" cry repeated at Sanderson's farmhouse near Columbia, New Jersey. It grew in intensity, then faded away. They thought it was coming from a bird flying along Kittatinny Mountain. Another call came from the other side of the Delaware River.
Sources: Blairstown (N.J.) Press, April 13, 1968; Mark A. Hall, Thunderbirds! The Living Legend of Giant Birds (Minneapolis, Minn.: Mark A. Hall, 1988), pp. 54-56.
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