The barred owl (Strix varia) is a large typical owl native to North America. Best
known as the hoot owl for its distinctive call, it goes by many other names, ...
Learn how to identify Barred Owl, its life history, cool facts, sounds and calls, and
watch videos. The Barred Owl's hooting call, “Who cooks for you? Who cooks ...
The rich baritone hooting of the Barred Owl is a characteristic sound in southern
swamps, where members of a pair often will call back and forth to each other.
Apr 24, 2007 ... Incredible barred owl hooting, spring courtship vocalizations "Who-cooks-for-you"
calls. Filmed in the boreal forest, northern Alberta, Canada.
Learn all you wanted to know about barred owls with facts, pictures, videos, and
news from National Geographic.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has identified competition from barred owls as
one of two main threats to the northern spotted owl's continued `survival ...
Learn more about the Barred owl - with amazing Barred owl videos, photos and
facts on ARKive.
Other common names: Northern Barred Owl (varia); Florida Barred Owl (georgica
); Texas Barred Owl (helveola); Hoot Owl; Wood Owl; Swamp Owl; Rain Owl; ...
Barred Owl: Medium, large-headed owl with large, brown eyes, concentric rings
around pale face, no ear tufts. Upperparts are brown with white markings.
The Barred Owl is quite a vocal bird. Apart from its typical call, it makes a number
of other interesting vocalizations from screams and hoots and barks, to one ...