We’re staying in Central America this Feathery Friday to meet today’s bird! Whoooooo do you think it will be? Let’s get our night vision goggles out see if we can find them!

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spectacled owl   Range/Habitat: South Mexico-Central South America/ rainforest-


   Diet: Carnivore: small mammals, fish, crabs

   Length/Weight: 17- 20”/ 21- 36 oz

   Conservation Status: common 


Fun Facts:

  •          Spectacled owls have a ring of white feathers around their eyes.
  •          They have brown bellies.
  •          They hunt from a perch.
  •          Spectacled owls are solitary.
  •          Spectacled owls are nocturnal.
  •         Check out their haunting call.

Spectacled owls are gorgeous! Their call reminds us of a night around a campfire telling animal stories! What do you think?

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