Magnificent Barn Owl perched on a stump in the forest (Tyto alba) . Western barn owl in the nature habitat.
As a general rule Owls are monogamous - pairs are comprised of one male and one female, neither one of which has any involvement with other nesting birds.
Not only is the barn owl fully nocturnal, but it can also see up to 100 times better than humans in the dark.
Common Barn Owl in Dortmund Zoo
Seraphimblade - Public Domain
Barn Owl (Tyto alba) in Hawaii
Common Barn Owl (Tyto alba)
Zeillemaker, C.F - Public Domain by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service