Searching for information, stories, or something to follow online about owls? Quality sites can be difficult to find, and many exist. Here are two of my favorite finds:
- Website: https://www.owlresearchinstitute.org/species-id-guide - As a non-profit site, this is modern, easy to navigate, and I give my highest recommendation to this site. Just browse around or search for a specific owl species and you'll find an encyclopedia-level entry with gorgeous photos, recorded hooting and sounds, maps, and nest box plans.
- Blog/Articles: https://abcbirds.org/?s=owls - While the site is all about 'all birds,' there is a variety of articles focused on owls. For example, read Amazing Facts About Owl Eyes at https://abcbirds.org/blog/owl-eyes/ providing additional information beyond any encyclopedia entry along with vivid photos.
What are your favorite, go-to sites for owls? I'd love to hear about them, make a comment or send an email to email@example.com.