1 adult with 4 owlets. (Over 5 years of observing, these parents only had 2 or 3 owlets each season, so this was a big year.)
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Roadkilled DOR adult. Cleared pastureland and some mesquite grassland. Specimen neither sexed nor retained.
Barn-owls (family Tytonidae) are one of the two families of owls, the other being the true owls, Strigidae. They are medium to large sized owls with large heads and characteristic heart-shaped faces. They have long, strong legs with powerful talons. They also differ from Strigidae in structural details relating in particular to the sternum and feet.