Pet Owls, India

November 20, 2010 by staff 

Pet Owls, The popularity of Harry Potter and his pet Owl, Hedwig, parents in India are donating their children with an original gift, the owl. In films, Hedwig is the owl pet of Harry Potter. Following its popularity, many parents have purchased legally wrong Owls to their children gifts for their birthday. This led to a significant increase in traffic of birds by traders of birds. However, outside of Harry Potter, the main use of owls in black magic and sorcery driven by superstition are also to blame for the crisis in India owl. Owl’s body parts are commonly used in India for puja ceremonies and religious rituals. The hunting and capture of owls is currently banned in India under the Wildlife Act 1972. The Indian government, as a measure to reduce traffic of the bird, is to educate the people of India on the role of owls in ecological systems. Recently, JK Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, has asked the public not have owls as pets. With “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows art 1? Released today, only time will reveal its effects on the population of owls in India.

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