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Act to Preserve, Educate & Conserve Nature,
Earth is the only home we have for the time being, so it is a good idea to take care of it! It is the source for all of our resources. It is also our best classroom for learning the secrets of our planet and observing our solar system. All of our sciences arise from and are impacted by the laws of nature in one form or another.
When we adventure into the outdoors and connect with nature, it changes us in positive ways. Make a stand; Act in support for our local oceans, forests, parks and reserves. Show your support for the organizations and people working to reduce the continuous displacement of our ecosystems due to the swelling human impact on our natural environments.
Your contribution to Soul’d Life helps turn local artist’s talents and passions into support for local wildlife efforts. Each one of us can make a difference. Together we can make change for a better world for us all. Choose to live a Soul’d Life!
There could be one in your backyard right now!
The smallest year-round owl in this area is the Eastern Screech-Owl. At 8 to 9 inches long, they are about the size of a man’s hand.
Common birds, they live in forests, swamps, woodlots, even residential sections, if there are plenty of trees – especially old trees with cavities for roosting and nesting.
They have small ear tufts that can be raised or lowered and their color can run from red to brown to gray, and families are often mixed.
Screech-Owls feed on a great variety of animal life: small mammals and birds, insects, earthworms, snakes and snails. They will even catch fish! And sometimes their prey is larger than they are!
Screech-Owls don’t usually (if ever) screech, their normal calls are either a high-pitched, descending whinny, similar to a horse, or a lower-pitched even tremolo. Pair bonding can consist of synchronized duets.
I’ve most often heard screech-owls when I’ve stepped outside at night during the cooler months.