Western Barn OWl

Kendall. Jennah and Grier

Facts about owl

- Barn Owls nest and roost in cavities, abandoned barns and other buildings, and dense trees. At night, Barn Owls hunt by flying low, back and forth over open habitats, searching for small rodents primarily by sound.


- Barn owls tend to hunt in marshes, grasslands, or mixed agricultural fields for it's prey.


- The Barn owl is it's own class of owl species.

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exam questions

1)What is the typical color pattern of the Western Barn owl?


A: They are pale overall with dark eyes.

B: They are fluffy and grey.

C: They can be a dark shade of brown.

D: White and black with long feathers.


2) In the food wed shown above, the barn owl is a(n)

A: Carnivore

B: Omnivore

C: Primary Consumer

D: Apex Predator

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First, we placed the pellet in warm water to loosen it.

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Once it was filled with water, we began to pull apart the fur.

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Then, we used different tools to find bones in the fur and pull them out.

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Finally, we had to clean off the mouse skeleton we found and put the bones together.

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Skeleton

This is our completed mouse skeleton, also known as Mus musculus.
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Pie Chart

Our pellet weighed 10.8 grams. 3.0 grams of that was bones and the other 7.8 grams was fur.