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  1. Dosho
    Associated Words: Adjectives: Something that is like an Owl is said to be "Owlish" or "Strigine" Adverb: "Owlishly" Collective noun: A group of Owls is called a Parliament, but also see below. Offspring: A baby owl is called an Owlet. Origins of the Word "Owl" The word owl originated in early European languages. In old Norse, an Owl was known as "ugla", and in old German, it was "uwila".
  2. Gardadal
    Oct 20,  · “Owl: A Year in the Lives of North American Owls,” by Paul Bannick of Seattle, is at once natural history, wildlife primer and love oldies.felodarandronadarterr.infoinfo: Moira Macdonald.
  3. Vudokasa
    Question # How do screech owls get up and down the inside of the owl house? Answer: Screech owl talons are sharp and strong to capture prey like mice and large insects. These same talons also serve as lumberjack spikes, so to speak, thus allowing the bird to climb up or down with great ease.
  4. Malagul
    Owls hunt mostly small mammals, insects, and other birds, although a few species specialize in hunting oldies.felodarandronadarterr.infoinfo are found in all regions of the Earth except polar ice caps and some remote islands. Owls are divided into two families: the true (or typical) owl family, Strigidae, and the barn-owl family, oldies.felodarandronadarterr.infoinfo: Aves.
  5. Tojataxe
    They can turn their heads up to degrees! Nocturnal bird of prey with binocular vision, binaural hearing, sharp talons & feathers adapted for silent flight! (computer) hacker Perhaps it comes from the tendency of both, hackers and owls to take advantage of darkness -- In South America, "owl" is said to a person who forebodes bad.
  6. Brakasa
    I love owls. Love them. I even have an owl tattoo. So obviously when I saw this book at the library, I checked it out. What a lovely story! The Happy Owls is about two owls that are inexplicably happy – inexplicable at least according to the chickens, ducks, and geese who live nearby. They decide to send the peacock over to find out why/5.

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