With that yearly spook-fest called Halloween nearly upon us, it seems appropriate to talk about owls, which have long been associated with all things spooky, along with spiders, black cats, witches and goblins.
But rather than run in fright from the idea of an owl at night, I suggest we should all take a moment to be inspired by their unique abilities and all we can learn from them. Owl physiology can give us insights not only into our vision and hearing, but also into the technology of silent flight.
Take a look at this week’s special post, What Owls Can Teach Us About Hearing, Sight, and Silent Flight.
Stay safe this Halloween season!
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