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Whoo Could It Be?
Nature Song Lyrics and Sound Clip
Foster Brown


This song is available on Foster Brown's Walkin, Wadin' & Wanderin'

Whoo, Whoo could it be?
A little screech owl up in a tree.
Quivering whistles descending.
A screech owl it might be.

They have piercing talons on their feet
so they can catch what they might eat.
A sharp little beak to rip and tear
to make bite sizes of the hide and hair.

Whoo, Whoo could it be?
A little screech owl up in a tree.
Quivering whistles descending.
A screech owl it might be.

Their eyes are fixed forward in their head
so they have to move their neck instead.
An extra vertebrae to help them out,
so they can move their necks ¾ around.

Whoo, Whoo could it be?
A little screech owl up in a tree.
Quivering whistles descending.
A screech owl it might be.

They like to rest and nest in a tree.
In an old woodpeckers whole or a natural cavity.


They have special feathers to help them in flight.
To be real quiet as they stalk in the night.
A disk shaped face to bring in the sound,
so they can hear their prey moving around.

Whoo, Whoo could it be?
A little screech owl up in a tree.
Quivering whistles descending.
A screech owl it might be.


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Many thanks to Foster Brown for permission to display these lyrics.
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