This site is chocked full of owl information. Since there is so much information on this site, I’m only going to highlight a few of the sections. Across the top of the page you will see the headings—Owl Species, Owl Galleries, Physiology, Culture & Art, and Information.
One of the sections I’d like to tell you about is “The List of All World Owls”. It is complete list and you can find them listed by both their Scientific and Common names.
Now I’d like to highlight the Owl Galleries—here you will find 3 photo galleries, and a sound gallery! While speaking of photos and sound I’d also like to recommend the “Owl Artwork” section (found in the Culture and Arts area) where you can find Owl Paintings, Sculpture, and even Tattoos.
Physiology — this section teaches you everything you need to know about an owl’s physiology from their skeletons to their beaks, to their feathers and their food. Very informative!
Culture and Arts — the other thing you will find in this section besides the owl artwork I mentioned earlier is the Mythology section. Learn all about Owls and how they appear in mythology.
Information — this section is a catch-all of information that didn’t really fit into the other categories. Here you can find out about rehabilitation, nest boxes, and some information on the site itself.
I loved this site on owls, and I hope you will too because they are amazing birds.