Eyes on Owls

Eyes on Owls is a great live owl introduction class where you can find out tons of info on owls and see them in a controlled environment.

Here’s what the folks at Eyes on Owls have to say:

Have you found an owl you can’t identify?

We will try to identify the owl for you. If the owl turns out to be a rare visitor, having a documentary photo or video can validate the record.

Which owls live in New England?

Twelve species of owls have been recorded in New England, although several of them are quite rare. Click on these short accounts of the twelve species (listed in order of prevalence around New England)- Great Horned OwlBarred OwlEastern Screech OwlNorthern Saw-whet OwlSnowy OwlBarn OwlShort-eared OwlLong-eared OwlBoreal OwlGreat Gray OwlNorthern Hawk OwlBurrowing Owl.

Other owls not native to New England that you might see at an Eyes On Owls program include the Eurasian Eagle Owl and theSpectacled Owl