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Owls

Batty for Bats!

Whoooo Am I?

A new fact sheet about owls for kids (and adults) is full of informative and fun facts. Learn about each of Oregon’s 14 owl species and owls in general. Did you know: Owls have lightweight bodies, soft fluffy feathers and a wing structure that allow them to fly silently?

Whoooo Am I? Facts for kids (pdf)
 

The flammulated, short-eared, northern spotted, western burrowing and great gray owls are Oregon Conservation Strategy species of conservation concern. The northern spotted owl is listed as threatened under both the federal and state Endangered Species acts. Learn more about them and their needs in the Conservation Summaries of Strategy Species.

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