from Escondido, CA on 2009-05-06
We have a visitor in our pine tree today. A BEAUTIFUL Common Barn Owl. Just wanted to share.
from Australia on 2009-05-04
What a wonderful website! Great layout and easy to understand infomation. Many thanks!
I was doing a report on owls when I found your site. It helped a lot. Thanks!
Alyssa from Rogers Minnesota on 2009-04-16
The sounds are amazing one sounded like a fat guy laughting
Tally on 2009-04-05
Love this site... very clear, descriptive, and the pictures are phenominal. I am a major owl fan, and I went straight here to find out more info on a particular species. Thanks!
from Ibiza, Spain on 2009-03-04
I like your web, i'm a falconer in the Ibiza's airport and i have an eagle owl (bubo bubo)of my own. I love owls althoug they have badly caracter. sorry for my english.
from New York on 2009-03-01
Great site. I read about it in my local paper. Gave me lots of information I didn't know. I subscribed to the newsletter too. Thanks!
from Oklahoma on 2009-02-20
It was a relief for me to find your site. Owls have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. Whenever I see 3 owls (within a week, sometimes 3 days in a row), some kind of tragedy hits my life. Usually a death as someone very close to me or my family. It has always been this way. Everyone thinks I am crazy. I am glad to see that there are stories that give credit to what happens to me.
from pinetown,nc on 2009-02-16
I absolutely love this site!!:-) it is the coolest one i've been to. i love owls. they are so pretty.i have been collecting owls since my nana died. it keeps her alive in my heart. keep up the good hoots!!!!:-) :-):-):-)!!!!ily!
from Fiji on 2009-02-02
This website provides lots of information about almost every owl type in the world. Thanks.
from Houston, TX on 2009-01-29
Very interesting (website). Before finding this website, sited an approx. 15" snowy owl perched on a cable switchbox October 2006. I thought it was plastic until I called for my wife.
from MN on 2009-01-28
This is the best site ever!!!!!!!!!!!!
from Manila, Philippines on 2009-01-23
In the last three years i have been collecting owl figurines from all over the world. Numbering over a hundred made out of various kinds of wood, ivory, glass, metal, tin, bone, jade, sea shell, marble, stone, alabaster, plastic, cotton, paper, silver, egg-shell, amethyst, terra cota, ceramic, porcelain, gourd, brass, etc.! i'm fascinated with owls!!!
Johnathan Doty from Illinois on 2009-01-17
I love this website all the things I would ever need to know about owls is on this site. It's great!
from omaha nebraska on 2009-01-09
I rehab and educate folks about these cool birds. Thanks for the info.
Kala from NH on 2009-01-06
I love Owl Pages! You got me the imformation I needed to do my report on owls. I hope you love animals as much as I do if anyone is reading this. Animals are my world and having knowage on my favorite animal helps me understand the animal world more. Thanks!
from ajman.uae on 2008-12-19
IT IS SO NICE AND I AM VERY MUCH HAPPY.
I GOT ANSWERS WHAT I NEED.
BUT SIR,I WAS THINKING FROM CHILD-HOOD THE OWLS CAN ROUND THEIR NECK MORE THAN TWO,I THING MAY ROUND SOME KIND OF OWLS..
from Darwen Lancashire on 2008-12-18
Excellent site. I got you via the link from our site to the World Owl Trust.
We keep Owls and birds ourselves.
Keep up the good work!
from Hamersville, Ohio on 2008-12-13
I love this site. I'm the biggest owl nut there is. I have numerous owls around my house in the barns. My favorite is the Snowy. A Snowy once visited Clinton Cty Ohio. Very Unusal.I have a huge collection of pics,figurines,jewelry and more. Thank you for this site.
from Australia on 2008-11-26
Excellent site - do keep up the good work.