Download 10 Fun Facts About Barn Owls Pictures. There is considerable size variation across the subspecies with a typical specimen measuring about 33 to 39 cm (13 to 15 in) in overall length, with a full range of 29 to 44 cm. The wingspan of barn owls is around 31 to 37 inches or 80 to 95 cm.
Although owls mate for life, barn owls divorce about 25% of the time. In the wild, many young barn owls do not survive their first year of life. The barn owl is a distinctive pale brown and white bird that can often be seen hunting over farmland either at although in some regions barn owls are rare, their world population is relatively large (between 4 and 10 million mature.
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In fact, many cultures associate the barn owl with superstition. Barn owls cannot digest everything they eat. Everything you need to know about this nocturnal bird including 15 fun and fun facts about owls. What happens to the undigestible food?