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Name: Abby
Status: student
Grade: 6-8
Location: NC
Country: USA
Date: N/A 


Question:
Hello. Very recently I have not been able to find anything on a Barred Owl's behavior. I know the reproduction, predators, habitat, diet and life span just not the behavior.



Replies:
This site may be helpful

http://www.owlpages.com/owls.php?genus=Strix&species=varia

The book Owls of North America by Frances Backhouse may also be useful. There are many other books about owls, you should be able to find more information in a library search. Good luck.

J. Elliott


Author Cleveland Bent's Life Histories of North American Birds has some information on bird behavior.

Steve Sample


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