from Baltimore, Maryland on 2007-10-23
Thanks for a great website! Helped me to confirm that my wake up call was provided by a Great Horned Owl this morning.
from Atlanta, GA on 2007-10-16
Woken up this morning at 4am by an enthusiastic Barred Owl. Pretty cool.
Amber Li from Richmond Hill on 2007-10-15
This website lets me know everything about Owls.
from Mississippi on 2007-10-13
I love this website!!!!!! because of this site i now have a owl box on the side of my house!
from Manila, Philippines on 2007-09-23
I've been exceedingly interested in owls since I was a child. Raised a grass owl that was found as a newly-hatched chick for over a year (ensuring it did not imprint with me) and set it free again in the wild when it had become strong enough and able to hunt on its own. This site is an invaluable resource. I was happy to find it :)
from Collingwood,ON,CANADA on 2007-09-17
heyyyy, all the here from c-wood. LOLS. i was here to reasearch the grest grey owl for a project in science class(wich i won't hand in) but anyway i got lods of info from here, but i had to read very hard to find the predators and i couldn't find what anyone is doing to help save them. so anyway just a suggestion.
from CA on 2007-09-12
Last night I had a dream about an owl coming to me and said: Get out of here!! Soren!!! Can you belive it? Have any of you read Guardians of Ga'Hoole? It is a really good series!! It is all about Owls!!! That is how I learned to have my love for them!Have any of you read it?
Anastasia from Grande Prairie, Alberta ,Canada on 2007-09-08
Wow! This is like my favorite webpage in the world! I've used it so many times to get high marks in class! Owls are my favorite animal, partly because of hedwig on harry potter!well, love you guys!
from Illinois on 2007-09-02
Heard a strange bird sound last night, in the near suburbs of Chicago. A quick cross of "owls of Illinois" with the recordings on you page identified it as an Eastern Screech Owl. Very cool. Thanks.
from Apple Valley, CA on 2007-09-02
I have found so much information here. Karla is so nice that every time I have a question about my 5 Great Horned owls she answers right back. I have had a blast the last 3 years watching them have new little ones that grow up so fast and they are so beautiful. I have finally learned to tell the difference between a male and female, thanks Karla..
from columbus, ga on 2007-08-30
Hey. I love this website. i am pretty young and the owl is my favorite animal. my favorite species is the snowy owl.
from Minnesota on 2007-08-28
Cool site - just picked up a copy of "Owls - Silent Fliers" by R.D. Lawrence and am now completely fascinated by these birds of prey!
from Egypt on 2007-08-23
I found a pure white owl in the north coast of egypt I only see it flying at night
from Bunbury westen australia on 2007-08-12
i love barn owls alots
from Aus on 2007-08-01
The mythology really interested me =] its pretty fasinating.... and the owl tatts are hardcore lol. xx
from Illinois on 2007-07-24
this website is awesome it has all the information you can get from owls
from Costa Rica on 2007-07-21
Great page, actually this is in my favorite section of my computer. Love these rare birds, for a reason that I canīt explain, may be because they are so mystical. There are several species Were I live , I hope to have some pictures soon. jc
from Monahans, Texas on 2007-07-19
Love the site, about 2 weeks ago we started to see and owl on the power line every night. Then one suddenly became 3. We have a huge unused water tank out back and I think they might have inhibated a nest there. We had no clue what kind of owl, and now we think they might be barn owls because of your site(pictures and sounds were very helpful in identification of them). KUDOS!
from Exeter,NE on 2007-07-11
This is a great website for my students to use when school starts!! We are going to use owls as a basis for our intro to the Scientific Method and the kids can use this website as a resource for their research! Love the sound bites!! Anyone out there with lesson plans they'd like to share for grades 4-6?????
from lincoln neb. on 2007-07-10
WE HAVE ALEAST FIVE BABY OWLS IN OUR TREES SOMETIMES INTHE BIRDBATH HAVENT SEEN THE MOTHER.