Select the answer that best reflects you and add your score to learn your owl.
- I am most active
- During the day (1)
- At dawn and dusk (2)
- Late at night or early morning (3)
- At night (4)
- My ideal vacation is
- In the desert or on the beach (1)
- Hiking in the forest (2)
- Wine-tasting (3)
- River-running (4)
- Socially, I’m
- Very gregarious (1)
- Mostly with my partner (2)
- Solitary but like doing stuff w/family (3)
- Pretty solitary (4)
- The word that best describes me is
- Fun-loving (1)
- Strong (2)
- Hard-working (3)
- Determined (4)
4-6: Burrowing Owl: Day-active and social, these small owls prefer open areas and communicate with each other by chattering and bowing postures.
7-9: Great Horned Owl: Known as the “Tiger of the Sky” this admirable predator is often see at dawn or dusk and occupies open woodlands throughout North America
10-12: Barn Owl: Ghostly and with heart-shaped face, this owl can hunt in total darkness by relying on acute hearing. Barn Owls are excellent parents and keep agricultural areas pest-free by feeding their large families.
13-16: Western Screech-Owl: Adorable and adaptable, this small owl is pugnacious and not easily intimidated. As a cavity-nester, they can make use of either stream-side trees or Saguaro cactus, and can play dead when threatened—only to come “alive” when least expected.