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3.5  ·  Rating Details ·  2 Ratings  ·  1 Review
Owls are objects of curiosity to both city and country dwellers. They possess remarkable eyesight and acute hearing. Keith Graham offers a complete introduction to six species of owls: the tawny, the barn, the little, the snowy, the long-eared, and the short-eared owl. Graham has written several other books, including "Foxes" and "Hares."
Paperback, 48 pages
Published November 14th 1997 by Voyageur Press
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William Herschel
Oct 06, 2010 William Herschel rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2010, nonfiction, nature
A slim book on owls in the United Kingdom. The author introduces us by describing a baby owl he once took care of, who he named Mohammed Owly.

The writing is simple and easy to understand. The book briefly describes cultural beliefs in owls and then describes six owl species that you may see native in Britain -- tawny, barn, long-eared, short-eared, little, and snowy owls.

There are plenty of pictures which are nice to look at.

What I learned about owls:

- Farmers used to make barns in a way where b
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