Flammulated Owls only live around here in the summer breeding season, migrating south to Mexico and Central America during the winter. This is probably because there's nothing for them to eat up here during the winter. Unlike other small raptors which eat rodents and supplement their diets with insects, Flammulated Owls almost exclusively eat insects, and only occasionally supplement their diets with very small rodents. Their favorite bugs to eat are moths, crickets and beetles. They hunt from a perch at night, like nocturnal flycatchers.
At the RMRP, the Humans don't admit many Flammulated Owls, maybe one or two every couple of years. When they are admitted, it's usually when they encounter a car or a window during migration. They're considered a species of least concern, although they are also considered vulnerable because of their very specific habitat needs.