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Are Owls really Wise?

Owls are no wiser than many other birds. In fact, geese and crows are smarter. But owls have large, staring eyes, which make them look...

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Are Owls really Wise Owls are no wiser than many other birds. In fact, geese and crows are smarter. But owls have large, staring eyes, which make them look as if they are thinking very hard. Because of their nocturnal habits and their ominous hooting sounds, owls have long been associated with sorcery. In some countries, a hooting owl was thought to be an omen that a disaster was near. Probably because it was believed they could foretell such events, owls were considered wise. One reason that an owl hoots is to warn other male owls to stay away from its hunting and nesting grounds.

Heather Lipnis  

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