Believe it or not in NA there are 2 types 1) the common barn owl known as (Tyto Alba) or White Owl and one other that goes by more names in English than sources even mention. We simply call the 2nd group that have a very eerie high pitched voice, known as typical owls (Stridgidae) here but could be one of many names in English depending on what part of the world your in. I have heard it called a screech owl, Demon Owl,ghost owl, night owl, ashy-faced owl, and a delicate owl, but it has many other names too. Wikipedia puts out a good page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barn_Owl so check it out for yourself. Peace
There are between 20-30 recognized subspecies http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barn_Owl
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