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
from Oklahoma on 2009-09-29
So glad to find a site about owls I love owls and learning about them
from VA on 2009-09-27
I LOVE OWLS SSSSSSSOOOOOO MUCH, THAT IF I SAW A LIVE ONE , I. WOULD. DIE. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!!!!!!
from Arkansas on 2009-09-25
I am 60 and have loved and collected owls since I was 5
Thanks for this great website! you helped me a lot on my ecology project! :D
from Quito-Ecuador on 2009-09-18
Hello....thanks for this awesome web site, I'm studying the distribution and ecological aspects of neotropical screech-owls and pygmy-owls in my country for my biological thesis. This page helps me so much, I hope to contribute with you after the end of my results
from Bohol,Phillipines on 2009-09-15
I am a college student who is fun of collecting owl stuff. I learned from my friend who is a philosophy student about the significance of an owl. like it symbolizes wisdom,curiosity and mystery. I have decided to the owl my personal emblem.
from Owensville Indiana on 2009-09-09
I was so scared this morning when I opened my shed door and saw a beautiful owl dead on the floor. The poor thing must have gotten in somhow and killed itself trying to get out.I almost had a heart attack thinking of all the myths about owls, but after looking at your site, I feel better. Maybe I won't be cursed after all.
from geelong on 2009-09-04
i love owls and their amaziong talents and this website is just amazing
from Long Island, New York on 2009-08-21
I was admiring your picture of the female Snowy Owl in Bartlesville, Oklahoma but when I got to the part where she was shot and later died it broke my heart. Why anyone would want to kill such a BEAUTIFUL creature is beyond my comprehension. No excuse can justify destroying such magnificence.
from Victoria on 2009-08-19
Yesterday I was walking my dog along the cliffs that circle Corio Bay, Geelong, and I turned around a corner, past a tree and there in front of my face, about a foot away, was a huge owl. It seemed to be stuck on the barbed wire fence. I was thinking how I could get in there to free it without my flesh being ripped apart, when it freed itself and took off, passing literally a centimeter from my nose! It didn't make any sound when it was airborne, but the magpies, crows and larks all ganged up on it and chased it off. It was AMAZING!!!! They were all working as at team!
So anyway, I got home, googled and wiki'd, found your site and can say with some certainty it was either a Masked owl or a common barn owl, although I suspect it was masked.
It was a HOOT!!