Barn owl eggs hatch in 29 to 35 days, and the owlets begin flying after about two months. Young barn owls live in the cavities where their parents nest. The adult owls don't usually build nests but may use nest boxes or ... More »

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Information on barn owls can be found at All About Birds and BarnOwlTrust.org.uk. All About Birds features a live camera of barn owls nesting. Visitors to this site can listen to the call of a barn owl and access informa... More »

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Barn owls live on every continent in the world with the exception of Antarctica, mainly residing in open habitats such as grasslands, marshes and deserts. Barn owls require cavities like the lofts in barns, church steepl... More »

Barn owls live on every continent in the world with the exception of Antarctica, mainly residing in open habitats such as grasslands, marshes and deserts. Barn owls require cavities like the lofts in barns, church steepl... More »

Baby owls are called owlets. More than 150, and possibly as many as 220, species of this bird of prey exist in the world, and owls come in a variety of colors and sizes. More »

Great horned owls have a varied habitat and are usually found in woodlands or open areas interspersed with woods. They have a broad range of habitats that includes deciduous forests, swamps, deserts, the edges of tundra,... More »

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Screech owls emit an even-pitched trilling sound when communicating with family members and other screech owls, as well as a wailing sound when defending their territory. It is common for the wailing sound to follow the ... More »