For years we've all been told that the Barred Owl says "who cooks for you, who cooks for you all."
Is that really what it says? First of all, it's pretty much a Yankee description (no self-respecting southern Barred Owl would say "you all"!). It also seems to imply something about servants (or worse?), I mean, you can't even ask who cooks for someone unless they are obviously not cooking for themselves.
So on the grounds that it is regionalist, classist, and antiquated, isn't it time to find some new words to describe the Barred Owl call?
So if they don't say "who cooks for you, who cooks for you all" what do Barred Owls say?