An owl is a nocturnal, large birds belonging to the order Strigiformes. Owls are found in most places around the world, with more than 80 species living in the Northern Hemisphere and about 35 species in the Southern Hemisphere.
There are many different types of owl calls, including hoot, hoot-hoot, meow, mew-mew-mew, scream, screech and trill. Many types of owls make several different sounds. The most common calls are hoot (short "oo" sound), hoot-hoot (longer "ooooh" sound), meow (louder "rrrowr") or mew-mew-mew (louder "meeoow").
Here we will learn more about the Owl sounds.
Owl Sound Name in english is called Hoot.
he sound of an owl is often described as "toot, toot." This is the sound that owls make when they are flying. When the rest of the bird family hears an owl, they will often startle and fly away. The reason for this is because owls are nocturnal animals. This means that they are active during the night. So when other animals hear an owl making a noise at night, it can freak them out and cause them to run away.
The other types of sounds that owls make include hooting and screeching. Hooting is a higher pitched sound that comes from the owl's beak. It serves as a warning call to other birds in the area. While screeching is a low pitched sound that comes from the owl's throat. This type of sound is used when an owl is trying to communicate with another owl.
Hooting and screeching are similar sounds, but they're produced differently. Hooting uses the vocal folds in the back part of the throat, while screeching uses the vocal folds in the front of the throat.
Each sound has a different pitch. Hooting is higher-pitched than screeching, and both sounds grow louder as they get closer to the target. The exact pitch of an owl doesn't affect its effectiveness as a predator; it just affects how humans interpret it. So if you want to be heard over an owl's hoot, make your call softer or lower-pitched than its own hoot.
Listen to the Owl hooting sound in mp3: