Birds of Prey

Known as raptors, North American birds of prey are fascinating and fun to learn about. Find out more about identifying birds of prey with these helpful profiles.

Screech Owl

Screech Owl

It’s difficult to distinguish between Eastern and Western Screech Owl species by sight – location is your best bet. However, they have distinctive voices, which is undoubtedly more important for these birds that are active mainly at night.

Snowy Owls

Blog: 6 Facts About Snowy Owls

In winter, snowy owls move south from their breeding grounds in the Arctic in search of food, giving more people the chance to spot them.

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