Adain on 2006-08-09
A wonderful sight full of delightful people. A must-see for any owl lover who wants to learn about these fantastic birds of prey.
Andrew (Mouser in fourum) from BC, canada on 2006-08-02
so usefull I love this site.
- thanx owlpages
from Rhinebeck, NY on 2006-07-28
It's so nice to have so much information about such an exciting group of animals. I have been involved with injured Birds of Prey and their rehabilitation, including owls.
Jen from IL, USA on 2006-07-27
What a fantastic site! A true treasure trove of information! Thank you!! I've been hearing something in an old hollow tree out back for months now. Last night I heard 3 calling back and forth and I became determined to find out what night birds were making the noise. I have never seen anything other than a shadowy figure in the tops of the old trees. According to your site, it was the Barn Owl. I'm thrilled to find out we have owls in our yard. Anything that eats rodents is welcome to stay as long as they like, and I look forward to hearing and hopefully seeing more of these owls and learning more about them. Thank you!
from Camarillo Ca on 2006-07-25
This is the first time I have seen your site. It is so interesting. I have been watching our Great Horned Owls in our back yard trees now for about a month. They are such wonderful creatures. I have taken many pictures and am enjoying watching the juveniles grow and fly and now hunt.
from Canada on 2006-07-23
I love this site! I've been coming on since 2002 and I'm still a regular comer. I recently signed up for the forums. Owls are my favourite animals!
from Tasmania on 2006-07-17
We are studying owls as part of our school work and I found your website very handy for information.
from Logan, UT, USA on 2006-07-13
Out of Range: We have a group of Whiskered Screech Owls camping in our trees. Located 20 miles south of Idaho/Utah border.
from Elgin, Scotland on 2006-07-13
I just stumbled on the site. Don't have a particular passion for owls. Seems a bit obsessive, don't you think?
from australia on 2006-07-12
hi, i need to know about owls for my jewish project..coz im jewish anyway this sight helped me learn about owls alot. thankyou to hooever made this sight
from Soldotna, AK on 2006-07-05
Awesome site and great reference!!!! I'm preparing an interpretative program. Your site opened a whole new world to me. Thanks :)
from Tennessee on 2006-07-04
I love this site! I am a member, I am High Tyto Soren.
from Tennessee on 2006-07-02
I am Cherokee. My Cherokee name is Spotted Owl. Owls are wonderful gifts from the Creator. Bonnie (Spotted Owl)
Norma from Calgary, Alberta Canada on 2006-06-24
I love OWLS very much and I have collected all kinds of paraphernalia from pictures, figurines, jewerly, artifacts etc and my collection has grown to well over 250 items and I'm still collecting. I'm always on the lookout for interesting and unique items. I feel these birds are the most majestic of all birds and I'm very happy to see so many other people with my same interest.
from US, Kentucky on 2006-06-12
This site has been essential to the "Owl-luminated Manuscript" I am writing. In the process I have fell in love with owls. Thanks so much!
from Canada on 2006-06-08
Hey, Great site!!!! I was helping my sister do research and this site ROCKED!!!!! Thanx a lot!!
from PGH. PA. on 2006-06-05
I LOVE OWLS VERY MUCH, I STARTED COLLECTING THEM IN 1982, AND HAVE OVER 600, FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD.
from Walnut Creek, Calif on 2006-06-04
Thanks for all your work on the little owls. It is good that people like you put in the work - - so we can enjoy your web page. Cheers.
Greta from Maryland on 2006-06-02
THIS SITE ROCKS! I LOVE THIS SITE! I changed my mind about owls in 4th grade and now they are my favorite animals! This is truthfuly the BEST owl website I have ever seen! TWO THUMBS UP!!!!!!
from Prince Edward Island on 2006-06-01
Hi When I was a Teen I raised a great horned owl right from a ball of down, It was like my buddy, my protector , it sat on my shoulder,, I called him humfery, I had him for 2 years , I teached him to hunt for him self , in the wild ,, with in the next 2 yrs he retuned to our place and every time , he came and sat on my shoulder,,, than he mated , I found the pair 3 miles from our home ,and wished him good look , he called back to me then i left