FEATHERY FRIDAY #77
We’re heading to Southeast Asia to find today’s feathery friend. These little birds are often found in parks and near homes, so let’s have an evening picnic and meet today’s bird!
MEET THE SUNDA SCOPS OWL!
Diet: carnivore: insects, rodents
Length/Weight: 8”/3 ½-4 oz
Conservation Status: common
- Sunda Scops Owls are small.
- They have prominent ear tufts.
- Sunda Scops owls hunt at dusk.
- Sunda Scops owls lay up to 3 eggs per clutch.
- Male and females call together.
Sunda Scops owls are so cute. We wish we had them near us! It’s great that they love to eat bugs too!