This excellent web resource developed by owl enthusiast Dan Lockshaw "is dedicated to the enjoyment, identification, and preservation of the North and Central American owls." By employing a multimedia approach, Lockshaw has created a type of super field guide for many species of owls including the Spotted Owl, Great Gray Owl, Elf Owl, and Great Horned Owl--just to name a few. The Biology section contains numerous owl profiles that include range maps, and information about feeding habits, breeding, life span, habitat, measurements, and more. The Multimedia section is full of great photos and sound files, accompanied by brief field notes which provide visitors with helpful information for identifying owls in the field. The site also contains video clips; checklists for North American, Central American, and Mexican owls; a Guestbook, a Recent Additions section; and an annotated collection of related links.


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