Outdoor Hour Challenge – Owl Study


Outdoor Hour Challenge:
For this challenge, look up which owls live in your area and make a list. You can use a field guide or look up owls on All About Birds: Owls.

Choose one of the owls to learn more about, including the sound that the owl makes. In my experience, you will hear owls more than you will see them

Here are the links to previous Owl Challenges:
Summer Series – Owl Challenge 
Our Family’s Owl Study with Owl Pellet Dissection 

Special Activity: Owl Sounds and Printable Notebook Page




Pick an owl and complete the free printable notebook page. Here are some really cool links to use with your study:

Getting Started Suggestion:
If you already own the Getting Started ebook, complete Outdoor Hour Challenge #4. You can find some simple instructions for drawing an owl on Art Project for Kids: How To Draw An Owl. You can also use the notebook page that comes with the Getting Started ebook to record anything else you heard or saw during your outdoor time this week.

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Comments

  1. Oh a favorite! Thank you!

  2. We haven’t had much luck when we’ve looked for owls here. I think the highway noises from further over may carry and disturb them. That being said, it’s always fun to look so we’re going to try again tomorrow with your challenge!

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