The burrowing owl is one
of the small owls in its family.
It is about 8'' tall.
It also has bare legs and it doesn't have any ear tuffs like most other
owls. When it is adult the owl is a dusty brown with particular white
markings on its belly. The young owls are brown on the back, head and wings.
Their belly and chest are both white. They start molting when they go through
their first summer. Then they get their adult plumage. It lives in Canada
, the United States, Mexico