All About Owls: Owl Movies, Resources, Links and More!
"Owls Are the Tigers of the Sky," a movie, in seven parts, about north Florida's four native owl species. This film, by Wild Classroom education director Sandy Beck, is an excellent review for students after our classroom program with live owls. Print your own Tigers of the Sky movie poster! For a copy of the DVD, contact Sandy Beck.
Owl Pages: A very comprehensive site for species information,
pictures, calls, and much more!
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology: All About Birds
eNature on-line Field Guides
Newton's Apple: Video about three owls that do not live in Florida: the snowy, spectacled and long-eared owls.
Owls of the World: Scientific and Common Names
Burrowing Owls Use Dung to Fish for Food!
Kids Wings Virtual Owl Pellet Dissection: This interactive
site is extremely cool!
Population Biology: Owl Pellet Dissection
Owl Nest Box Cam: This nest box is in San Marcos, California. The nest box owners named the parents Molly and McGee. This is the most wonderful nest box cam I have ever seen. Full color and sound. The image quality is outstanding.
OwlCam: "Share in the adventures of a pair of Northern
Barred Owls (Strix varia varia) as they raise their family
in a nest box in Eastern Massachusetts."
Raptor Rescue and Rehabilitation: Helping Injured Owls, Eagles, Hawks and Other Raptors
Francis Wildlife Association: Information about
Tallahassee's native owls. Also: How to rescue an injured raptor,
build nestboxes, improve wildlife habitat, a special "kids'
page," and more wild stuff!
Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota: Sights and sounds of raptors, species information
Newton's Apple: Video about raptor rehabilitation at the Minnesota Raptor Center
More Great Owl Stuff
“An Owl in the Woods.” This wonderful lesson revolves around the story Owl Moon.
HawkQuest: Excellent lesson plans about raptors.
Wings: This interactive site was designed to teach young
and old about the wonders of birds. The most exciting part of
the site is the Virtual Owl Pellet Dissection.
The owls of Harry Potter
Hoot, by Carl Hiaasen – Hoot Educator's and Activity Guides
Francis Wildlife Association