from TN on 2006-11-30
I Am doing a school project on barn owls
from Colorado on 2006-11-15
hi Again I live colorado and I love to draw owls
from Florida on 2006-11-13
Just found this site, look forward to browsing. My fave is the Snowy Owl.
brianna from salmon arm on 2006-11-08
Nice work my favorite owl is the graet horned owl.
from Portage la Prairie,Manitoba,Canada on 2006-11-05
I am interested in our great owls as well.I collect owl memorablia and go to schools etc.to talk about our birds.I also had an owl statue created--- it stands 13 ft.high and weighs 2100 lbs.( it`s a Great Grey Owl - our provincial bird for Manitoba
Keep up the great word !
from adelaide south australia on 2006-11-03
have owls from oversees and australia
My first owl came from a shop in Piccadilly London in 1974. I love them
from Iran on 2006-10-26
Hi ,is there anybody who has dissect an owl and if yes ,please E-mail me your reaserchs.I`m DVM.
from Lansing michigan on 2006-10-25
Hi I am looking to find out how many vertebrae an owl has in its entire body
does anyone out there know?????
from Uk (Manchester) on 2006-10-23
I like owls
from USA on 2006-10-18
nice site, i love snowy owls!
from SCHODACK, NY (USA) on 2006-10-18
YOUR SITE IS GREAT! I AM CURRENTLY TRYING TO ENTICE A PAIR OF SCREECH OWLS TO A NESTBOX IN MY YARD.
from Missouri on 2006-10-17
Yey owls! This site is cool Deane XD
from Melbourne Australia on 2006-10-10
I love owls, what a fantatstic site, great to see aussie info on a world site.... keep on owling
from Florida on 2006-10-06
This is an awesome website, which my 7-year-old son and I have enjoyed exploring for several hours. We have been reading the storybook series "The Guardians of Ga'Hoole" and his interest in owls is peaking. We are homeschoolers and have decided to do a unit study on owls. This website has provided so much valuable information for his studies. Even his 3-year old brother was awed by the wonderful recordings of the owl calls. Thank you for compiling such a valuable resource! We still have so much left to discover here.
Chezza from UK on 2006-09-30
I came here looking for some owl-based inspiration for my artwork, and that's what I certainly got! I loved looking through the photo gallery and reading up on owl mythology, and will definitely be returning should I want to find out more about these beautiful birds. Keep up the good work!
from Roswell, New Mexico on 2006-09-25
Owlkind has held me in it's mystical trance every since I had my "Yowlie Bop" ( this was a baby bottle shaped like an owl) Now, I am 30 years young and owls are still a very important symbol in my life and my soul draws nourishment from every encounter.
from Oregon on 2006-09-21
I have always had an affinity, or have been drawn to owls. I have collected owl figurines, pictures, stuffed animals, etc,] Many of my screen [internet] names are connected to the word "owl".....don't know what this all means, but am curious...
from Los Angeles on 2006-09-21
I just love animals.When I found this web-site I was thrilled. Owls are just amazing animals and are a blessing from god.
from Lansing, Michigan on 2006-09-08
I have a son with Down Syndrome who for some reasong just loves owls. So I thought I would try to find some pictures of owls and I found this sight. I was so excited to see all the beautiful pictures to show my son. Thanks for a great site.
from El Paso TX on 2006-08-29
HI, I'm excited about having Burrowing owls actually living in my backyard. They leave at night and return in the morning. They can be found between N. Loop and Alameda at Rio Vista in Socorro TX. by El Paso. God must of sent us these owls to wipe out all the crickets. HORRAY. HORRAY TO THE OWLS!!