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Owl Facts: Barn Owl food chain - The Barn Owl Trust

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Barn Owls are birds of prey or raptors – specialised hunters at the top of the food chain, which means that they need to eat prey animals to survive. Prey animals ...

Owl Food Chain - Video & Lesson Transcript | Study.com

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This lesson is on the owl food chain. In this lesson, we'll go over what a food chain is and different types of owls. We'll also dig into specific food chains for a few ...

Owls and the Food Chain - AEP - Environment and Parks

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Perched at the top of the food chain. All owls are predators; they depend on other animals for food. However, very few predators feed on owls (except sometimes ...

What role do owls play in the food chain? | Reference.com

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The role that owls plays in food chains is generally that of consumers, and they are often apex predators. Owls eat other animals, but few to no animals, ...

Owl Food & Hunting - The Owl Pages

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Nov 5, 2015 ... What do Owls eat? Owls are Birds of Prey, which means that they must kill other animals to survive. Their diet includes invertebrates (such as ...

What do owls eat? | Reference.com

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Owls prey on a very large variety of creatures, including squirrels, rabbits, raccoons and certain small birds. ... What is the food chain involving the piranha?

Food Web: Facts (Science Trek: Idaho Public Television)

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To understand food chains and food webs, we must start with where the energy begins. ... spider → shrew → weasel → red–tailed hawk → great-horned owl.

Owls: Top of a Food Chain - Science NetLinks

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This lesson introduces students to the idea that energy is passed from one organism to the next in a food chain.

Food Chains and Food Webs

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There are three types of organisms in a food chain: producers, consumers and decomposers. 1. ... We can identify three: the owl, the hawk and the fox. We can ...

Food Chain: EnchantedLearning.com

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Food web Every organism needs to obtain energy in order to live. ... consumers are are eaten by quaternary consumers -- an example is a hawk that eats owls.