Barn Owl Coloring Pages

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Please enjoy these barn owl coloring pages!

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Tips For Coloring Barn Owl

What colors should I use for a Barn Owl coloring page?

Barn Owls have a delicate palette of colors. You will need white for the heart-shaped face, golden-brown or aegean for the upper side and wings, and pure white for the underneath. The tiny bill is the color of flesh and the eyes are a dark sort of black-brown.

How can I add more detail and realism to my Barn Owl coloring?

Adding detail and realism to your Barn Owl coloring is all about the feathers and the eyes, which are very distinctive. You could add texture with soft strokes of brown on the face to mimic feathers, use shading on the wings and apply a darker color around the edges. The eyes, being dark and large, will stand out with an application of a blend of black and deep brown.

What unique features of the Barn Owl should I pay attention to while coloring?

A key feature to pay attention to is the Barn Owl’s heart-shaped face, known as the ‘facial disc’. Also, the wings are quite broad in comparison with their body size. Make sure to depict their eyes large and black-brown, and remember that despite their white underbelly, their overall color leans towards a golden brown. Creating an accurate Barn owl will make your picture more recognizable.

Can you provide some interesting facts about the Barn Owl that I could incorporate into my art?

Barn owls have an incredible sense of hearing and can hunt in complete darkness. They are also incredibly widespread and found everywhere across the world except in deserts and polar regions. Also, unlike other owl species that “hoot”, barn owls communicate with a raspy hiss or screech. Including these tidbits of information along with your coloring page could add an educational aspect to your artwork.

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