What Do Owls Do?


An owl is a nocturnal bird of prey with large, forward-facing eyes, a hooked beak, and a typically loud call. There are numerous owl species in the UK but the most common ones are the Little owl, the Barn owl, the Tawny owl and the Long-eared owl.
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An owl is a type of nocturnal bird of the order Strigiformes. It is a bird of prey with features that include a large head with front-facing eyes, a hooked beak and large claws. They hunt at night, mostly insects, small mammals and smaller birds.
Owls are nocturnal or crepuscular (active at dawn and dusk) and mostly hunt small mammals, insects and other birds for food. They have an amazing ability to turn around their heads to almost 180 degrees to look behind.
Owls are a group of birds that belong to the order Strigiformes. These nocturnal birds of prey are characterised by large forward-facing eyes which are surrounded by facial disks.
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An owl is a bird of prey. They are nocturnal creatures, and do their hunting at night. There are over 200 different known species of owls.
Owls are cavity dwellers. They live in hollow logs or hollowed spots in old trees, on ledges of cliffs, in underground burrows, in old and abandoned houses and buildings or old barns
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