Have the birds ever told you where to find an owl?
If you’ve spent any time wandering in the forest, there’s a good chance they have!
Whether you realize it or not, owls (and alarm calls directed at owls) are extremely common almost anywhere you might go hiking, camping, or exploring… even in local city parks.
In fact, most naturalists have probably already heard bird alarm calls directed at Owls without realizing it.
Owl alarms are incredibly common.
That’s why I’m constantly encouraging my nature students to listen carefully for what the birds are saying. Bird language is a fast-track doorway to discovering the mysteries of nature.
Tune your ears with bird language, and you will forever change how you walk in the forest. It will lead you to adventures and discoveries you never imagined possible.
With that in mind, I put together a complete recipe for finding Owls with bird language into this fancy infographic. Try this out and you’ll be spotting Owls like a pro!