Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Owls

August 14th, 2013

There are about 200 species of owls, and they’re found almost everywhere. People have always been interested in owls. The owl was sacred to the ancient Greek goddess of wisdom.

Owls are usually nocturnal, and they hunt small animals like mice, rats, and reptiles. Owls are adapted to night hunting. They have forward-facing eyes, which gives them good depth perception for hunting in limited light. They also have flat faces, and that focuses sounds toward their ears so they Read the rest of this entry »

Who to contact if You see an Injured Bird of Prey

May 19th, 2013

If you see an injured bird of prey, you might want to do something yourself to help it. While this is an admirable goal, it is best to leave the care of these animals to experts. Like many wild animals, birds of prey can be very dangerous even when they are injured. Their sharp talons and sharp beaks can do a lot of damage if you aren’t careful, and in the end you may end up doing more harm than good by taking the care of a raptor into your own hands.Get more information here. August 2013

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