How Are Barn Owls Different Than Other Owls?
Barn owls are sorely misunderstood in popular culture. If people have heard of them — and that’s a big “if” — they often don’t know quite what makes them special or why having barn owls on their property is a good thing. This misunderstanding and lack of knowledge about barn owls leads to a lot of common questions, such as:
- “Aren’t barn owls dangerous?”
- “What do barn owls eat, pets?”
- “Are barn owls noisy?”
Barn owls are different than other birds of prey in that they are small, gentle creatures with a predisposition for small rodents. In other words, they’re the ultimate pest-control ninjas. They’ll keep your pest situation under control while overseeing your property (and the properties next door, killing rodents before they get to your property!) with their wise, all-seeing majesty.
Barn Owls Are Safe
They aren’t like other birds of prey. There are absolutely no recorded instances of a barn owl attacking a human anywhere on earth, and they mainly keep to themselves. Owls just need food and shelter, and once you provide that to them with a nest box, they’ll stay with you for life.
Contact me today to learn about how my nest boxes can start attracting owls to your property. I look forward to answering all of your questions.
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