Owl Learning Zone
Owl information and pictures, including an interactive owl picture puzzle.
The Owl Pages (New Window)
An owl directory that is a wealth of information about owls including information about types of owls, owl anatomy, owl mythology and owl merchandise
Owl Cam (New Window)
Although they are not nesting currently, you are cordially invited to share in the adventures of a pair of Northern Barred Owls (Strix varia varia) as they raise their family in a nest box in Eastern Massachusetts. Includes photos and notes from 1997 to the current time ...and instructions on building a nest box.
The Barn Owl (New Window)
Includes information about barn owls as well as information on building nest boxes from off the shelf materials.
About Owls (New Window)
This web site is a very good place to learn about the different types of owls. There are links to different groups of owls, with each of these group pages containing a picture and description of each type of owl.
Desert USA: Great Horned Owl (New Window)
Great horned owls occur all over the US and most of Canada, and southward to Central and South America to the Straits of Magellan. They are one of the most widespread species of owl. Visit this site to learn all about them.
Desert USA: Common Barn Owl (New Window)
The range of the Barn Owl, Tito Alba, is all four of the Southwestern deserts. Visit this site to learn interesting information about the barn owl.
Greg Lasley's Web Site- Owls (New Window)
Some very nice (copyrighted) owl photographs and accompanying descriptions.
The Owls of North Dakota (New Window)
Includes color photos and descriptive information on owls of North Dakota.
Sounds of the World's Animals: Owl (New Window)
Owls make much the same sounds around the world, but each language expresses them differently. This site lists the way that owl sounds are pronounced in several different languages. Includes an audio clip of what an owl really sounds like!
Hawk Talk (New Window)
Although labeled "Hawk Talk," this site also includes information about different types of owls and discusses Ms. Monteen McCord's educational programs utilizing live birds of prey such as owls and hawks.
Owling.com (New Window)
A look at the North American Owls with both biology and multimedia sections to help with the identification, enjoyment, and appreciation of these awesome winged predators.