Why more barn owls are forced to build their nests in farm buildings?

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Why more {eq}\textbf{barn owls} {/eq} are forced to build their nests in farm buildings?

Barn Owl

The barn owl is the single most widely distributed species of owl in the world. These owls can be found all over the world excluding desert and polar regions. There are three major lineages of barn owls in the world.

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The natural habitat of a barn owl includes rock crevices and the hollows of trees. As humans began to settle permanently these areas became disturbed...

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Life Cycle of an Owl: Lesson for Kids

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In this lesson, learn the exciting life cycle of the owl. Experience each stage in detail as we follow an owl from egg to hatchling to nestling to fledgling to adult!


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