Devin Jaffe of Nature’s Educators explains the common barn owl. The common barn owl is important to keeping the ecosystem in balance as their diet consists of mice, rats, and other small animals. The flutings on an owl’s feathers break up the air around their wing, which makes nearly silent while flapping, also making them effective hunters. They also have zygodactyl toes with two in the front and two in the back, however, they can also move one toe toward to face the front for capturing prey.
Nature’s Educators is a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational wildlife organization based in Sedalia, Colorado. Nature’s Educators is licensed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service to care for non releasable birds of prey and their mission is to elevate the care and protection of wildlife by fostering memorable connections that inspire our community to become more environmentally conscious through collaboration, education, and rehabilitation.
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