Recent Examples of owl from the Web
After the presentation, head out into the woods to look for owls and other nocturnal animals along the arboretum trails.
But for researchers, this winter's mass migration of the owls from their breeding grounds above the Arctic Circle is serious business.
But for researchers, this winter’s mass migration of the owls from their breeding grounds above the Arctic Circle is serious business.
More: Snowy owl rescued in northern Indiana dies, second owl on the mend Call IndyStar reporter Shari Rudavsky at (317) 444-6354.
It was not delivered in the talons of one of those owls from Harry Potter.
Moreover—and to tie everything up with a bow— owls were more likely to assume that the lighting was artificial, not natural.
Due to the overwhelming popularity of the pineapples, soon there were copper cups in the form of flamingos, owls and gnomes popping up in chic watering holes and at to-die-for parties from coast to coast.
But researchers discovered the owls are nomads, often nesting or wintering thousands of miles from previous locations.
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