Thank you very much for your patience with my Instalive yesterday!
I'm so happy to be able to bring you cute owls for the first time in two weeks!
I'd like to thank you all for your comments in various languages.
I can't speak English very well, so it's hard for me to reply to them on the spot, but...
I'm very happy!
I'm so glad to hear that you like owls!
I've been getting a lot of questions about owls from people from different countries on SNS like this.
The other day, I received this question: "My owl has this symptom, what is it?
The photo that was sent to me with the question was...
There were a lot of straw-like things on her head.
This time, Spica will be filling in for him.
This is called a "feather sheath", which is seen during moult!
The new feathers come out in a straw-like tube called a "feather sheath".
When this straw-like shell is removed, the new feathers spread out and come out.
The new feathers, protected by the feather sheath, look like a brush, so they are called "brush hairs," and the new feathers look like they are in a tube, so they are called "tube hairs.
Owls scratch these hairs with their feet or peck at them with their beaks to produce new feathers.
So, there is no need to worry about this question.
Owls are still mysterious creatures with many mysteries
The slightest change in their behavior can cause a lot of worry.
When a customer wants to keep an owl, we first check to see if there is a reliable veterinarian near their home.
The number of veterinarians who can properly treat birds of prey is still limited, so it may be far away...
However, it is very important to have an environment where you can get immediate medical care when something happens.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to ask us!
If it's something I can answer right away, like this one, I'll answer it right away.
Most importantly, if you have any questions or concerns about your owl, don't hesitate to ask your vet!
I will be answering your questions like this, so if you have any questions, please feel free to leave them in the comment box!