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Burrowing Owl. By: Destiny. physical characteristics. The Burrowing Owl is 10 inches long. The Burrowing Owl only weighs 6oz. The Burrowing Owl’s color is brownish white. lifespan. The Burrowing Owl can live 9 to 10 years long. e ating h abits/ d iet.

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Burrowing owl

Burrowing Owl

  • By: Destiny


Physical characteristics

physical characteristics

  • The Burrowing Owl is 10 inches long.

  • The Burrowing Owl only weighs 6oz.

  • The Burrowing Owl’s color is brownish white.


Lifespan

lifespan

  • The Burrowing Owl can live 9 to 10 years long.


E ating h abits d iet

eating habits/diet

  • The Burring Owl is a carnivore, meaning it only eats meat.

  • The Burrowing owl eats small mammals, moles, mice, insects, grasshoppers, beetles, birds, amphibians, and reptiles.


P opulation

Population

  • The Burrowing Owl’s population is less than 10,000. This is only an estimate.


H abitat r ange

Habitat/range

  • The Burrowing Owl’s range is from Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean and in South America, Florida, and the Carribean.


Adaptations

Adaptations

  • The Burrowing Owl’s beak is used for killing prey and picking up prey.

  • The Burrowing Owl’s claws are used for perching on tree branches.

  • The Burrowing Owl’s eyes are for seeing prey and predators really good.


Fun facts

FUN FACTS

  • The female is bigger than the male.

  • The Burrowing Owl is active in the day and not at night.

  • The Burrowing Owl makes a hissing sound when alarmed.


E ndangered b ecause

Endangered BECAUSE

  • The Burrowing Owl is endangered because of habitat degradation and by land development.


R eference

Reference

  • Defenders of the Wild. 2012.

  • www.defendersofthe wild.org


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