Great Horned Owl Facts: Lesson for Kids - Quiz & Worksheet


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How old is a baby owl (chick) when he takes his first flight?

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1. Owls can't process fur and bones of their prey. What do they create to expel these items from their body?

2. Which of the following is NOT a sense the owl uses to find and catch prey?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

You can go over some of the main facts about a bird called the great horned owl by taking this online quiz. These questions will help you check what you know about the most important facts, like what they eat and how they find their food.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Answer these questions to test what you know about:

  • Baby owls
  • Owl food
  • How owls catch their prey
  • Way owls move their heads

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - use these questions to test how much you can remember about great horned owls' senses
  • Reading comprehension - see how well you understand how these owls hunt and eat
  • Knowledge application - based on what you know, choose the correct answer about great horned owls from our multiple-choice questions

Additional Learning

Learn more about these birds with the lesson called Great Horned Owls Facts: Lesson for Kids. This lesson includes facts like:

  • Where great horned owls live
  • What they eat
  • How they hunt