The Barn Owl is sometimes called a ghost owl.
No but there is a very common ( in North America) owl species called the barn owl which may choose to live in a shed, or a barn as its name suggests. In other words, no.
There are many subspecies, but the barn owl is called Tyto Alba scientifically.
A barn owl typically lays a clutch of 4-7 eggs but sometimes up to 15.
The male barn owl find foods for the female barn owl.
No. Some species of owl have feathery tufts that are sometimes mistaken for ears. Barn owls do not have these.
A Barn Owl is known as Tyto Alba. Barn Owls are also called White Owl, Silver Owl, Demon Owl, Ghost Owl, Death Owl, Night Owl, Rat Owl, Church Owl, Cave Owl, Stone Owl, Monkey-faced Owl, Hissing Owl, Hobgoblin or Hobby Owl, Dobby Owl, Golden Owl, Scritch Owl, Screech Owl, Straw Owl, Barnyard Owl and Delicate Owl.
Owls usually build a nest in a tree. Sometimes if there are no trees around, the owl will have to build a nest on the ground.
I assume you mean "Why are barn owls named Barn owls?", and if that's the case then I can answer that. Barn owls are called Barn owls because they roost in Barns and churches, and there's already a Church owl.
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It depends on which type of barn owl you are talking about. If you mean the common barn owl, then the scientific name is "tyto alba". All barn owl species begin with "tyto".
no a barn owl would be a mammal
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A barn owl is prey.
Silver Owl' is another name for a barn owl. There is plenty of folklore that surrounds barn owls. Some other nicknames for the barn owl are 'demon owl' and 'death owl'.
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the competiton of he barn owl is the other owls.
a interesting fact about barn owls are that female barn owls(a girl barn owl) are more colorful than male barn owls
Generally, a Barn owl will sleep during the day, hunting from dawn until dusk, unless the Barn owl has had a hard time hunting or is looking after its young, when a barn owl will hunt during the day.
The ecosystem of the barn owl is the grasslands. from Peyton Miller
the wingspan of a barn owl is 44 inches
No, the barn owl is not threatened or endangered at present.