Owl Myths and Misconceptions

There are many myths and misconceptions associated with owls in both Africa and in other parts of the world. The "Moetie" trade or traditional medication practices in Southern Africa play a massive role in regards to owl body parts and feathers used for traditional medicine. Owls are also seen as "Bad Omen" in parts of Africa and in the world. At Owlproject.org we aim to debunk these myths and misconceptions associated with owls.

50/50 - Owls in Urban Areas 

 

 50/50 Owls in Urban Areas - Part 2

 

Owlproject.org interviewed a woman who tried to save an injured Barn Owl. 

 

Kaelo Stories of Hope - Exploring the Myths Associated with Owls 

 

SABC - Understanding Owls  

 

 

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