from minnesota, usa on 2010-02-12
Hi, just wanted to say this is a really cool site! I heard an owl tonight, didnt know what kind. By listening to calls on this page, I figured out that it was a great horned owl. Thanks!
from Edmonton Canada on 2009-12-29
Recently a Barred owl was spotted in our Whitemud Ravine. It was a beautiful bird to see. I only saw the Newspaper article myself. I am beginning to paint birds, owls are the best.
from Townsville Qld on 2009-12-26
Just want to say how helpful this site is. My parents currently have two owls living in their rainforest garden. And wanted to let you know how great it was to be able to identify them so easily. The are Rufous owl and are spectacular. Thanks
from Alphignton, Melbourne, Australia on 2009-12-22
Just had 4 owls land in various parts of our back garden. Seemed to be travelling in a pack, if this seems normal? Hung around until our dog freaked them out, then just flew 50 metres out into the street, sat there, and so on
from West Virginia on 2009-12-05
I love owls. They are my favorite animal. After colllege I plan to help protect owls, and study them. - sarah
from New Mexico USA on 2009-12-04
Fantastic website!!!! Many thanks to you for your hard work and scholarship.
from California on 2009-12-03
Thanks for the great information! My students read a paragraph on owls, and couldn't wait to study them. You have saved me so much time by providing such a great website for researchers! Thanks so much!
from Durham City UK on 2009-11-26
I have just return from a holiday in Riveria Maya Cancum Mexico a tiny owl about the size of a european sparrow flew into a closed window at the hotel and played dead. Could it have been an Elf Owl do they winter at this location. It did recover and fly away
Ariyana Washington from Kansas City Missouri on 2009-11-18
i luv owls im there biggest fan ,
from Pittsburgh, pa on 2009-11-15
Let my dog out last night and noticed something in the pine tree, upon getting closer it was a beautiful Screech owl in its red phase.At first I thought it was a baby great horned owl but after visiting your site I came to the conclusion it was a Screech. It allowed me close to get a good picture and then it flew off not making a sound. Can't wait til Jan. when we hear the Great horned owls call, they have been here year after year...
from Las Vegas, NV on 2009-10-27
The Owl Pages is an awesome website. I really enjoyed looking at the great pictures and learned a lot of interesting facts that helped me with with my class report on the Northern Pygmy Owl.
Kay from The Country on 2009-10-26
I really love owls and wanted some information on the animals i love. So i went on google and the first thing that came up was owlpages. i loved this so much i made it my homepage! owls are so important to me and it's nice to see that other people care too!
from Pennsylvania on 2009-10-24
Hi im matt and i have been fascinated with owls for along time
from Malaysia on 2009-10-16
Pallas Athena, in Greek Mythology, she is the goddess of wisdom, warfares, and skills. And, her symbol is ... guess what... OWLS!!! I don't know that owls are associated with wisdom before, until I read this website. Thank You!!!
from Malaysia on 2009-10-15
I think there are owls in the forest at the back of my neighborhood. I kept listening to the owls sound every morning. Last time, my father's pet chicken was nearly grabbed by a huge owl! I wonder where do these owls live...
from Malaysia on 2009-10-14
This website give lots of general knowledge. Studying owls are really fascinating. They are such beautiful creatures, the owls. This website help me increase my knowledge on my favorite animal. Thank You, "The Owl Pages"!!!
from Aiken, SC on 2009-10-12
I am a regular observer of Great Horned Owls in our local "urban" forest, Hitchcok Woods. I have a question for someone who might know.
When do Great Horneds start to pair up for mating season? The two birds I see regularly seem to be doing so now in early October. Your thoughts?
from CT on 2009-10-09
I LOVE NORTHERN PYGMY OWLS!!!!I DID A REPORT IN 2ND GRADE AND IM DOIG ONE NOW 4 SCIENCE!
from Altoona A.L. 35952 on 2009-10-07
oh my gosh owls are so cute!!!!!!!
from Easton Pennsylvania on 2009-10-06
i have a love for owls for 45 years now. i do alot of research on them and also collect pictures and nick nacks. i was studing to help out at a rehab for them but never went thru all the way.feel free to write me thank you