No they protect themselves by hiding in the snow The snowy owl is not an endangered species.
dont kill it
It helps protect itself by its talons and beak to hit, snatch, bite, and snach whatever is trying to hurt it. Also it can fly away with its powerfull wings to get away from predatores
Stop hunting them, or donate to organizations that protect them.
pch: snowy owl
well if its in a snow environment it will camuflouge
the snowy owl is white and the normal owl is brown.
Snowy owl. -facepalm- you said it was SNOWY! Snowy-snow Snow- white.
because the color of its feathers is a snowy white
Of course the snowy owl is an animal.
Has silent flightThis owl does not "hoot", it has a characteristic "shree" sound.If cornered will lay on back and protect itself with its talons.
Most countries protect birds of prey, including the US. The snowy owl is not an endangered species, however.
Their Powerful Talons and lesser their their sharp,hooked beak.
The Snowy owl is from the Strigidae family, from the class Bubo
is the snowy owl warm blodded or cold blodded? They snowy owl is warmblooded
No. The snowy owl is Nyctea Scandiaaca, and the barn owl is Tyto Alba.
The snowy owl lives in the tundra.
the snowy owl is an endangered species.
Happily, the snowy owl is not an endangered species.
in the spring
the snowy owl likes to eat
When Winter comes, the snowy owl migrates
Snowy owl babies are called "owlets."
Because of its white basic coloration.