from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An American genus of Strigidæ, containing several species of small long-legged earless owls which live in treeless regions and burrow in the ground, as S. cunicularia of the pampas of South America and S. hypogæa of the prairies of western North America; the burrowing owls.
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