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America, Animals, and Bones: THE SUPERB OWLE Class: Aves Order: Strigiformes Family: Strigidae Genus: Bubo Superb owl was once placed in its own genus (Nyctea scandica) but recent genetic analysis revealed the species is closely related to horned owls in the Bubo genus Facial discs, stiff feathers that surround their eyes, reflect sound waves toward their ears.、 Forward-facing eyes give snowy owls excellent stereoscopic vision and depth perception. % - Superb owls have big eyes-they weigh as much Superb owls have ear-tufts, though they're small and often hard to spot.- as our own. Their large corneas and pupils allow for a huge amount of light to enter the eye giving them incredibly good night vision. Asymmetrically-placed ears help pinpoint the exact location of potential prey Owls have three eyelids: upper, lower, and a third called a nictitating membrane- to clean and protect the eye. -- Their beaks are short, curved, and hooked for gripping prey. Owls are far-sighted and rely on bristles around their beaks to sense nearby objects Superb owls eat an estimated 1,600 lemmings every year That's about 3 to 5 each day. : Owls cannot move their eyes. To see their surroundings, snowy owls rely on their highly flexble necks which are able to turn up to 270° in either direction. Serrated edges on flight feathers cut noise produced by wing flapping, which help the owls go undetected by potential prey. Thanks in part to thick feathers needed for insulation, snowies are the heaviest owl species in North America, typically weighing about 4 pounds Unlike most owls which are typically nocturnal, Superb owls are diurnal they're active both during the day and at night. Superb owls swallow small prey whole. HELLO MY NAME IS Superbowls have a wingspan between 4 and 5 feet. indigestible parts of animals, like bones and fur, are compacted into pellets that the owls regurgitate up to 24 hours after eating. the snow owl, the arctic owl, the great white owl, the ghost owl, the ermine owl, the tundra ghost, the ookpik, the white terror of the north, and the Scandinavian nightbird. Superb owls use their talons to snatch prey Superb owls are usually silent except during breeding season. Superbowls are the official bird While adult male snowy owls can be almost completely white, females and owlets have some dark scalloping on their plumage. VDepictions of Superb SNOWY OWL RANGE owls have been found in cave paintings in Europe dating back 30,000 years BREEDING NON-BREEDING Female owls are about 20% larger than the males NATURE 20E TARTEEN ALL RCONTS RESERED WHNDBS.OMEINATURE SOURCE:THE CORNELL LAB OF ORNITHOLOGY, MASS NEDURON DEFENDERS NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, OWL PACGES <p>The SuperbOwl facts.</p>
America, Animals, and Bones: THE SUPERB OWLE
 Class: Aves
 Order: Strigiformes
 Family: Strigidae
 Genus: Bubo
 Superb owl was
 once placed in its own
 genus (Nyctea scandica)
 but recent genetic
 analysis revealed the
 species is closely related
 to horned owls in the
 Bubo genus
 Facial discs, stiff feathers that surround their
 eyes, reflect sound waves toward their ears.、
 Forward-facing eyes give snowy owls excellent
 stereoscopic vision and depth perception.
 %
 - Superb owls have big eyes-they weigh as much
 Superb owls have ear-tufts, though
 they're small and often hard to spot.-
 as our own. Their large corneas and pupils allow
 for a huge amount of light to enter the eye
 giving them incredibly good night vision.
 Asymmetrically-placed ears help pinpoint
 the exact location of potential prey
 Owls have three eyelids: upper, lower, and
 a third called a nictitating membrane-
 to clean and protect the eye.
 --
 Their beaks are short, curved, and hooked
 for gripping prey.
 Owls are far-sighted and rely on bristles
 around their beaks to sense nearby objects
 Superb owls eat an estimated
 1,600 lemmings every year
 That's about 3 to 5 each day.
 : Owls cannot move their eyes. To
 see their surroundings, snowy owls
 rely on their highly flexble necks
 which are able to turn up to 270°
 in either direction.
 Serrated edges on flight
 feathers cut noise produced
 by wing flapping, which help
 the owls go undetected by
 potential prey.
 Thanks in part to thick feathers
 needed for insulation, snowies
 are the heaviest owl species in
 North America, typically weighing
 about 4 pounds
 Unlike most owls which
 are typically nocturnal,
 Superb owls are
 diurnal they're active
 both during the day
 and at night.
 Superb owls swallow small prey whole.
 HELLO
 MY NAME IS
 Superbowls have a
 wingspan between
 4 and 5 feet.
 indigestible parts of animals, like
 bones and fur, are compacted into
 pellets that the owls regurgitate up
 to 24 hours after eating.
 the snow owl, the arctic owl, the great white
 owl, the ghost owl, the ermine owl, the
 tundra ghost, the ookpik, the white terror of
 the north, and the Scandinavian nightbird.
 Superb owls use their
 talons to snatch prey
 Superb owls are usually silent except
 during breeding season.
 Superbowls are
 the official bird
 While adult male snowy
 owls can be almost completely
 white, females and owlets have some
 dark scalloping on their plumage.
 VDepictions of Superb
 SNOWY OWL RANGE
 owls have been found in
 cave paintings in Europe
 dating back 30,000 years
 BREEDING NON-BREEDING
 Female owls are
 about 20% larger than
 the males
 NATURE 20E TARTEEN ALL RCONTS RESERED WHNDBS.OMEINATURE
 SOURCE:THE CORNELL LAB OF ORNITHOLOGY, MASS NEDURON DEFENDERS NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, OWL PACGES
<p>The SuperbOwl facts.</p>

The SuperbOwl facts.