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Recently, these populations have decreased because of disappearing habitat while populations in south Florida coastal areas have increased due to modification of habitat by humans.
Burrowing owls live as single breeding pairs or in loose colonies consisting of two or more families.
Mostly the male stands guard at the entrance and the female spends more time below.
But sometimes they will both be in the burrow, especially when disturbed.
They also can hover in midair, a technique effective for capturing food.
During the day, they are usually seen standing erect at the mouth of the burrow or on a nearby post.
At 4 weeks, they are learning to fly but cannot fly well until 6 weeks old.
They remain with their parents until they are 12 weeks old.
Unusually long legs provide additional height for a better view from its typical ground-level perch.
The Florida burrowing owl occurs throughout the state although its distribution is considered local and spotty.
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The Florida burrowing owl is classified as a "species of special concern" by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.