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OWLS

Owls can turn their heads almost all the way around (270 degrees). The reason they do this is because their eyes, unlike the eyes of humans, are locked in their sockets and are pointed straight ahead. They are capable of turning their heads so far because they have 14 vertebrae in their neck, double the amount that humans have.

Gimli

Species: Otus asio, Eastern Screech Owl
– Hatch Year: Unknown
– Gender: Male
– Disability: Beak Injury

Owltilla

Species: Bubo virginianus,
Great Horned Owl
 

– Hatch Year Unknown
– Gender: Female
– Disability: Human Imprint

Forrest

Species: Strix varia, Barred Owl
– Hatch Year: Unknown
– Gender: Male
– Disability: West Nile Virus

Buster

Species: Otus asio, Eastern Screech Owl  
– Hatch Year: Unknown
– Gender: Male
– Disability: Detatch Retina

Desi

Species: Bubo bubo ascalaphus,
Desert Eagle Owl

– Hatch Year: 2013
– Gender: Male
– Disability: Human Imprint

Owlice

Species: Bubo virgianus,
Great Horned Owl

– Hatch Year: Unknown
– Gender: Female
– Disability: Cataracts and Human Imprint

Belle

Species: Otus asio,
Eastern Screech Owl
 

– Hatch Year: Unknown
– Gender: Female
– Disability: Detatched Retina