Barred Owl


The Barred Owl is relatively small being only 44 cm tall with a wingspan of 112 cm. It lives in many places in North and Central America, but found more often on the eastern side of the continent.

The sound that the Barred Owl can be imitated by saying "Who Cooks for You, Who Cooks for You All." Here is my attempt to imitate it.

(Thank you class for doing some additional research. Here is what you told me.)
The Barred Owl weighs 14-23 ounces. It is 16 to 24 inches long.
Barred owls are also called Strix varia.
It lives in wooded swamps, dense forest.
He's the noisiest owl in North America. It eats mice and also is called the Hoot Owl.

(If I get a chance, I will add more information about the owl. You could also update it for me. Mr. Amboe)

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