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  • leila
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    leilalessem1
    How the owl can stay hidden on the side trails in the parks in toronto.  How quiet they can be so you do not notice them. I did't realize how many varieties of owls there is in the world and how they are at risk.  I was walking at a park in toronto and did not except to see a Barred owl and how big they are.  It was hidden away in the trees on a side trail. I will probably go back and revisit one or two sections of this course. Thankyou 20210109_143000
  • leila
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    leilalessem1
    I learnt alot about how owls hunt at night and their silent flight.  Also how they can turn their head around to see to the back. The owls are solitary and only get together to mate.  The male hunts mice and other small mammals to feed the chicks while the female guards the nest.   The ears are hidden by the side of the face.  I learnt all about the different kinds of owls from all over the world and their migrating patterns.  I was on a nature walk in toronto and saw a Norther see-whet owl in the fir trees.  It was well hidden inside the fir trees sleeping.  It was very calm and just looked at us with one eye very magical.DSCN0074
  • leila
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    leilalessem1
    very cool get lots of red tailed hawks here in the ravine usually in the fall or spring
  • leila
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    leilalessem1
    • I was on a nature walk on a course in Toronto and saw a Northern Saw-whet owl in a fir tree.  It was very special and it just looked at us probably wondering why we are so interested in it.  It just sat there staring with its lovely eyes looking wise.  I think it was sleeping and we most likely woke it up.  It was well hidden in the fir tree of a side path and it felt safe.  It was so still it was amazing.  I love seeing owls especially in the city.  It is such a sweet small owl with its brownish colors and white underneath the brownDSCN0074
    in reply to: Who Is That Owl? #760008
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