Ask the wise old owl for advice and the answer will be a hoot! Hear hoots and other owl sounds with this app!
More sophisticated than the peep or chirp and more practical than a lengthy songbird’s melody, the wise old owl’s hoot is unique and to the point. A common owl vocalization is a territorial “whoo-hoo” with a unique rhythm. Beyond these soft hoots, owls also communicate using other sounds such as whistles, barks, shrieks and coos. Young owls may even scream at the top of their little lungs to request food when they're hungry. While other birds, such as mourning doves, sound similar to an owl hooting, one way to determine whether the sound you hear is an owl is by when you hear it. Unlike most other birds who call out near or during daylight hours, nocturnal owls may be heard at night. Owls are also sometimes heard in winter, when it is less common to hear other birdsongs.
Learn and explore owl sounds today. You will be amazed at all the unique and varied owl sounds!