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- Farmers welcome these owls to their barns; a nesting pair can consume 5,000 mice, shrews, voles and other rodents in a year.
- The most widely distributed species of owl in the world, barn owls are found everywhere but deserts and polar regions.
- The barn owl’s ears are adaptively placed to capture sound, which gives the owl extraordinary hearing as it hunts.
- A barn owl’s finely-serrated flight feathers cause little air turbulence, which makes their flight silent.