New Episode from Naturally Florida: All About Owls

In our last episode, we discussed how rodenticides, also known as rat poisons, can have a negative impact on our birds of prey. In this episode, we discuss Florida’s owls and how to identify them by the calls they make.
Florida’s owls are valuable predators in our local ecosystems, both rural and urban, and can be easily identified with just a little practice.

New Episode from Naturally Florida

Naturally Florida (a podcast about Florida’s natural areas and the wild things that live here) recently released a new episode about Florida’s owls.

Check it out, below on Spotify, or on your favorite podcast platform.




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Learn more about Florida’s Owls:

Florida’s Owl Calls:

How You Can Help Florida’s Owls:

  • Share what you learned with a friend!
  • Consider adding habitat for our owl friends. See these links for nestbox plans: Eastern screech owl, barred owl, and barn owl
  • Think carefully before using any rodenticides and try other methods of rodent control, first!

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Posted: August 17, 2022

Category: Natural Resources
Tags: Lara Milligan, Living With Wildlife, Naturally Florida Podcast, Owls, Shannon Carnevale

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