Adapted for silent nocturnal hunting, owls are seldom seen during the day and leave behind remains of their nightly kill as indication of their presence. Roughly 19 species of owls live throughout the contiguous Unites States where they come into conflict with humans when nesting in unwanted places or targeting pets and small livestock as food. The most widespread species of owls include the great horned owl and the barn owl, which are largely beneficial creatures but have the capacity to become nuisances.

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6/29/2020
Critter Control did a excellent job with the quick capture of the ground hog who thought he lived there instead of me lol!
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