Meet the Owls

Boomerang

Boomerang

Great Horned Owl, Bubo virginianus

One of the largest owl in Tennessee is the Great Horned Owl.  It is named because the feathers on top of their head look like horns.  Notice the large yellow ... Read More »
Hoot

Hoot

Eastern Screech Owl, Megascops asio

One of the smallest owls in Tennessee is the Eastern Screech Owl.  Hoot was hit by a car and has a wing injury. Hoot likes to be at the left ... Read More »
Orion

Orion

Barn Owl, Tyto alba

This owl is truly nocturnal!  He can usually be seen in the top corner with his back towards everyone.  He hears us and knows we are here and if we ... Read More »
Shakespeare

Shakespeare

Barred Owl, Strix Varia

Barred Owls like to eat things that live in or near creeks, lakes and ponds. They eat prey like frogs, toads, reptiles, and invertebrates.  They will also eat many kinds ... Read More »
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