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Introduces the owl, whose silent flight enables it to capture many careless rodents.
Unknown Binding, 60 pages
Published December 31st 1977 by William Morrow & Company
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Jessica Buck
Nov 26, 2011 Jessica Buck rated it really liked it
A very informative book on owls. Informs on how their eyes and hearing work. Educates us on their hunting/feeding, breeding/courting, nesting habits. Brings to light the species of owls and the differences between them.
I’d recommend this book for any child within the 4th to 5th grade levels that are interested in owls. Great for science teachers introducing owls and their digestive systems. An excellent source for children doing a research paper on owls.
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