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After more than 30 years in the outdoor writing business, you would think I'd know better.
Tag Archives: Owls
Michigan’s Snowy Owl Capital
A small town in the eastern Upper Peninsula has new monkiker, named for the distinctive white Arctic owl that appears in greater numbers there each year than in other parts of Michigan. Rudyard, Michigan, located in Chippewa County, is now … Continue reading
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Young owls: Who could resist?
Owls are such unusual birds with their big eyes that draw us in and calls at night that make us smile. Despite the warm-fuzzies most associate with owls, they are effective predators – raptors, plain and simple. I came to … Continue reading
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Natural Camouflage: An Eastern Screech Owl
It’s no wonder that so many owls are hard to see. I stumbled upon this one while looking through a photo album by The Organization for Bat Conservation on Facebook.
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Family Time: A parliment of barn owls
Photo: Marais des Cygnes National Wildlife Refuge in Kansas, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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