Jan 1, 2019

[Answer] 5. Which of the following best describes the hunting habits of most owls?

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...1. Perching quietly in trees then flying in short, rapid surges to seize prey 2. Forming a company of several owls that fly in a circle around the prey 3. Lurking camouflaged on the ground and waiting for prey to pass by 4. Mimicking the mating calls of small rodents and luring them to the nest Although owls use their wings to get around, they rarely take long, leisurely flights. This is not always the case, as some owls that live in grassland or tundra environments fly for longer distances because there is less tree cover in these areas. Very few owls ever fly above the heights of the surrounding trees, with the exception of the Southeast Asian hawk-owl. Thus, most owls pick out a choice perch at a hunting spot, and swoop in when any prey appears. Owls do not have the speed on land that they do in the air (a notable exception is the burrowing owl), and therefore they almost always approach their prey from above. Finally, owls are solitary hunters; their hunting and survival strategies depend on silence and speed (neither of which may be well-coordinated in a group).




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Perching quietly in trees then flying in short, rapid surges to seize prey:


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