Owls are distinctive birds that fascinate birders and non-birders alike, but what is so special about owls that they capture our imagination, interest and even our superstitions? Learning the unique owl characteristics that make these birds stand out can help birders better understand and appreciate every owl they see. We have chosen this bird to represent our projects because of the forgoing. The similarity to our projects and our company are significant.
There are roughly 225 species of owls in the world, depending on how various geographic populations and subspecies are classified. These birds come in many shapes, sizes and colors, but they are all related and belong to one of two scientific bird family classifications. The Strigidae owls are the typical owls or true owls, and this family includes the majority of owl species. They are heavily camouflaged birds and have large heads and round or oval facial disks. The Tytonidae owls, or barn owls, have more typically countershaded plumage and heart-shaped facial disks, and their body shape is a bit more tapered and slender than the true owls.
Like our projects in production and in the planning stages they are unique, clever, various, and some are public and others are private. Like owls they generate significant emotional responses, in common, a sense of humor, a bit of mystery and a bit of irony.
As well since the works have a standard of excellence our productions and projects are and will be unbiased and honest.