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Transcript of Owls
By Natasha Anderson :)
Owls are Natures nighttime predators,performing at night or during the hours of dusk the same role that hawks and their relatives perform during the day. They help control the population numbers of smaller animal species, and to cull weak and sickly individuals. They are short-necked, large-headed birds, able to turn their heads all the way around; they have extremely keen hearing and silent fliers.
Owls play tricks to escape danger. Some can '' disappear '' by blending in with their backgrounds. The long eared owl is especially good at blending in. It presses itself close to a tree trunk that matches it's brownish feathers and pushes it's feathery '' mustache '' forward '' to hide it's beak. It closes it's eyes sometimes, too. A long eared-owl is very hard to spot, even when you are near it. Owls also can make themselves look bigger and tougher then they really are.
Species: A. blewitti
There are about 200 different owl species
Owls are active at night (nocturnal).
A group of owls is called a parliament.
Most owls hunt insects, small mammals and other birds.
Owls are carnivores, mainly feeding on animals such as rats, mice, squirrels, moles, skunks and rabbits. They also eat insects, worms frogs, lizards small birds and spiders. Owls are known to prey on animals that are as large as themselves. All owls are predators and the size of the prey is generally reflected by the size of the owl. The Elf and Pygmy Owls prey on a variety of insects, spiders and other invertebrates, although, some are quite voracious and can take birds as large as themselves.
A baby owl is called and owlet.
Baby owls are called owlets because the word owl and lets is like pig and let to make piglet so that's why.
Owlet has very fluffy feathers and big round eyes.
Owlets usually stay with there parents for about a month to a few weeks.
Owlets learn how to fly in about five to seven weeks.
If a barn owlet dies it will become food for its family, but sometimes if barn owlets are so weak they are mistaken as pray.