Most birds of prey have eyes on the side of their heads, but the owl's forward-facing eyes are stereoscopic!
That's what allows it to have a greater sense of depth perception, which comes in pretty handing when these nocturnal birds hunt at night!
Their large eyes are fixed in their sockets, but their heads can swivel an amazing 270-degrees. Owls eyes are like a powerful pair of binoculars allowing them to see great distances!
Eyes of an Owl Personal Checks from CheckAdvantage let you peer directly into the peepers of these skilled hunters! Artistically altered photography of four different owl species on these wildlife checks give you something original!
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