from Anchorage, KY on 2008-02-05
I've always been an avid owl enthusiast and this site is most definitely the best reference page for everything owl.
from Louisiana on 2008-02-05
I enjoy hearing owls. I've had one in my neighbor's tree. Recently, I've been to Tickfaw and heard several barred owls. This website is the best owl website I've been able to find!
Johnathan from illinois on 2008-02-01
this website is the best in the world because if i ever need to figure out something about owls i can just come to this website which is the best
from New Hampshire on 2008-01-29
Wonderful informative site! Having a horse ducks and geese we were having a rat problem this past year and I am not one to poison or mame any animal. I was at a loss of what to do (besides making sure there was little for them to eat) until the owls arrived. I can't say I like any animal being eaten but at this point, the rat population has deminished and the owls are healthy. We have been spending evenings watching the shadows to see the owls arrive. We have gotten a few wonderful pictures that we took at night. I will be frequenting your site for more information. We are looking forward to building a nest box or two in hopes they might use them next year. Thanks for all the wonderful info! whimzy
from liverpool uk on 2008-01-22
have a small collection of pottery owls like owls and wondered if there was a name for collectors of owls
from Melbourne, Australia on 2008-01-22
I've had a fascination for owls for years and it's great to find this website!
from St. Charles, Missouri on 2008-01-20
We have enjoyed a pair of barred owls for several years now and they openly come close to show us mating preening and next hunting in our back yard. We would like to provide a nest box for the young!
from norfolk england on 2008-01-15
This is by far the best site on owls i have visited.I see barn owls on my way home most nights, if i can get a photo I will send it to you. Keep up the good work
from Canada on 2008-01-13
I love owlpages so much its the best site
in the world.
from Greece on 2008-01-08
Just a few lines of thanks.
I woke last night to the screech of what I assumed was an owl.
This morning thanks to you and your extremely informative web site I was able to listen to the owls of the Mediterranean and establish who my early visitor was, I think your site is brilliant, mores the pity you don't have sister sites for birds and insects. I have been so frustrated with the lack of informative sites or books here in Greece. Never mind, I persist.
from From Florida but now live on Nowhere Rd, on 2007-12-31
I enjoyed the Owl pages and they have answered a qustion that I have pondered for many years.I had an encounter with what must have been a white barn owl many years ago. I was accompanied by two friends to the top floor of a 3
story Victorian that had been abandoned in the sleepy little town of Live Oak, Fl. This house was located across from the post office in Live Oak and was always so magnificent.My two friends and I went up the stairs one night actually on a dare and we could hear the pigeons that were roosting as we approached the third floor.As we flung the door open on the third floor my two friends screamed "It's a Monkey," as they left me standing there with a great round white face flying toward us. Many stairs and screams later I knew it was probably an owl but until now I didn't know that there is a white owl or gray one that could have been the mysterious monkey. True story, Sandra Cornelius
from South Australia, Australia on 2007-12-26
Really excited to find a site when so much owl news. Thank you.
from Eastern North Carolina on 2007-12-23
The area we live in has numerous Great Horned Owls, Barred Owls, and I am certain there are Barn Owls and Eastern Screech Owls as well. I take walks out through the nearby farm field paths on good owling nights to listen and admire these awesome birds of prey.
from Coupeville (Whidbey Island), Washington on 2007-12-19
The past two nights we have billions (well, at least 7) Great Horned owls in the trees around the house. They kept us awake with their chorus for several hours.
hoo hu hu hoo hoo hoo took on a whole new meaning. We were fortunate to be in a particular place, again.
Thank you for The Owl Pages. John M.
from Massachusettes on 2007-12-15
Hello! Annabelle here...boy do I just loooove owls! They are awesome, and when I found this site I adored it! I go here everyday to learn more and more about my favorite animal...the owl!!!
from Trinidad and Tobago on 2007-12-13
We are learning about owls. We visited your site to learn more. We loved your site especically hearing all the owls in the sound gallery.
Thank You Kindergarten Smith
from Rock Hill, SC on 2007-12-09
12-08-07 this pm we have had the pleasure of an owl. I have heard a hoot in the woods beside our home. We live in the city but I'm sure there are plenty of ratsand mice.
from Lafayette, Colorado USA on 2007-12-07
Great site! Glad I found it! Having recently bought my first home sitting right on the edge of designated Open Space-I've discovered the pair of Great Horned who are my neighbors! I now know where they are roosting-as well as have a better idea of who and what they are. Just got my first photos of them last week! I think I've got very cool neighbors.....!
from New York on 2007-12-01
I love your site! It gives so much info. about owls!!!!!
from Kiev, Ukraine on 2007-11-23
Owls are so adorable!