Owls
Think about the wild Owls of West Virginia and how we get excited when we are a eyewitness to a owl sighting.
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If you think you have seen a Long Eared Owl in West Virginia, you are not alone.
Owl
Submitted by: Billybob
OWL
(2005)



                                   Barred Owl                           A pair of Barred Owls
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Barred Owls
This bird inhabits North America woodlands and forest as far south as Guatemala. Barred Owls are one of our more common owls in America. Barred Owls are attracted to campfires and lights where they forage for living creatures like mice, moles, rabbits,snakes, frogs, flying squirrels, small birds, snakes, frogs and insects.

Where:                Owl Country.  A few of the owls sightings in West Viginia, that 
                      my dad eyewitness is the Barn owl the Saw-whe owl sighting in
                      Dolly Sods. Long Eared Owl that is uncommon in West Virginia. When:                50's and 60's Photographer:         Billybob Photo submitted by:   Billybob

Owls sightings in West Viginia - Saw-whet Owl, Short-eared Owl, Long-eared Owl, Barred Owl, Snowy Owl, Great Horned Owl, Eastern Screech Owl and Barn Owl.
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