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Do you know what an owl is? Owls are fierce feathery birds. Their colors vary from brown, gray, white, and also black. They have sharp talons and meat ripping beaks. An owl's size can reach up to 33 inches or as tiny as 5 inches. A owl's personality is predator style with their meals reaching as big as a skunk. Owls come in many diferent shapes and personalities .They also come with different stories from people before, such as the Native Americans. On October 31, we learned about owls and listened to legends of owls. An Audubon woman taught us about owls.She showed us the different types of owls, their callings and how they communicate . It sounded really cool on the radio. Owls can also make different sounds that mean different things. Some examples are: mating calls, warnings, also a stress call, and a food calls. Owls are incredibly important animals on Earth because without owls our animal population(skunks, squirrels, mice,snakes, and other small animals) the animal population would be increasing by the second.The owls of the world are: the snowy owl, elf owl, long eared owl, short ear owl, great gray hawk owl, the barn owl, the screech owl, the burrowing owl, and many more. These are the owls of the world, and this is how important owls are to us.