Western Screech Owl, Megascops kennicottii, in Palo Verde; Sonoran Desert, Arizona

Western Screech Owl, Megascops kennicottii, in Palo Verde Sonoran Desert, Arizona (He looks like the bark of a tree.

Western Screech Owl Source: Flickr / billwalker

Owls cannot turn their heads all of the way around. They usually regurgitate the parts of their prey that they cannot digest

Learn how to identify Western Screech-Owl, its life history, cool facts, sounds and calls, and watch videos. A common small owl of the West, the Western Screech-Owl can be found in urban as well as wild lands.

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Flammulated Owl (Otus flammeolus) at roost. Photo by Rick & Nora Bowers. Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona

Flammulated Owl (Psiloscops flammeolus) by Rick & Nora Bowers

Western Screech Owl - 10.22.2013. Thanks, dad, I know you sent that.... These can live on the Kitsap Peninsula.

Western Screech Owl (Megascops kennicottii) native to North and Central America

The Gardens of Eden-Photography by Michael D. Kern | Western Screech Owl (Megascops kennicottii)

The Gardens of Eden-Photography by Michael D.

Western Screech-Owl | Audubon Field Guide

Owl's fly low over rough grass and fields to find Voles, Mice and Shrews.

Western Screech Owl (Megascops kennicottii). Photo by Greg Lasley.

Western Screech Owl (Megascops kennicottii) by Greg Lasley - The Owl Pages

Eastern Screech-Owls

When I was little an Eastern Screech Owl got stuck in our chimney. My Papa got him out and let us see it before he released back to the wild. That has never left memory

Western Screech Owl Bird of Prey Photography by CosmosCoolSupplies, $20.00

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