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         Owls:     more books (100)
  1. Owl Moon by Jane Yolen, 1987-10-23
  2. Wesley the Owl: The Remarkable Love Story of an Owl and His Girl by Stacey O'Brien, 2009-06-02
  3. Owl Babies: Candlewick Storybook Animations by Martin Waddell, 2010-08-10
  4. The Owl & Moon Cafe: A Novel by Jo-Ann Mapson, 2006-07-04
  5. Owl at Home (I Can Read Book 2) by Arnold Lobel, 1982-09-29
  6. Good-Night, Owl! by Pat Hutchins, 1990-04-30
  7. I Heard the Owl Call My Name by Margaret Craven, 1980-01-15
  8. An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce, 2010-07-06
  9. The Littlest Owl by Caroline Pitcher, 2008-06
  10. Owls in the Family (Novel Units) (Teacher Guide) by Novel Units, Inc., 2004-02-11
  11. Owls of the United States and Canada: A Complete Guide to Their Biology and Behavior by Wayne Lynch, 2007-11-07
  12. Owls by Gail Gibbons, 2006-03-15
  13. Wow! Said the Owl by Tim Hopgood, 2009-09-15
  14. Downtown Owl: A Novel by Chuck Klosterman, 2009-06-23

1. Rice University - Official Athletic Site
Features ticket information, camp details and links to individual sports' sections. March 17, Monday. "Rice owls Sportsline " Collina's In The Village, 630 pm.
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Rice Owl Merchandise

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April 7, Monday
Rice All-Sports Awards Presentations, Rice Memorial Center, 6 pm April 8, Tuesday

: KTRU, 91.7 FM.
Television : HDNet. Internet or Owlvision April 9, Wednesday Men's Tennis vs. TCU, Jake Hess Tennis Stadium, 1:30 pm Men's Tennis vs. UT-Pan American, JHTS, 5:30 pm Baseball vs. Lamar, Reckling Park, 7 pm Internet or Owlvision April 10, Thursday Women's Tennis April 11, Friday Baseball at Fresno State (WAC), Fresno, Calif., 8:35 pm Internet or April 12, Saturday Baseball at Fresno State (WAC), Fresno, Calif., 8:35 pm Radio : KTRU, 91.7 FM. Internet or Men's April 13, Sunday Men's Tennis vs. Colorado, JHTS, 11 am Baseball at Fresno State (WAC), Fresno, Calif., 3:05 pm Internet or April 14, Monday "Rice Owls Sportsline," Collina's In The Village, 6:30 pm. Guests : TBA Internet

2. The Owl Pages - About Owls - Photos, Calls, Books, Art, Mythology And More.
Detailed descriptions of different species, including photos and sounds. Also includes mythology, Category Science Biology Animalia Chordata Aves Strigiformes......Everything to do with owls. Detailed descriptions of different species,including photos and sounds. The Owl Pages Information about owls,
The Owl Pages: Information about Owls Net OwlPages Pictures


Navigation Send this Page to a Friend Print this Page Owls have fascinated man from time immemorial - to some cultures they are symbols of wisdom, while to others they are harbingers of doom and death.
Here, the Owl Pages sheds some light on these mysterious creatures...

List of all World Owls

Complete list by both Scientific and Common
names with links to Information pages.
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Physiology of Owls
What an Owl is, and how an Owl works Rehabilitation Owl Books Videos CDs Toys ... Help The Owl Pages Ways you can Help us out Web Links Links to Owls Birds Nature Events/Announcements People who made this possible Contact the Owl Pages Contact or contribute to The Owl Pages Privacy Statement Privacy Statement of this Website Owls of the World (Info, photos, sounds) N. America Central America S. America Africa ... Join Our Owl Community Newsletter, forums, Chat Room Nest Boxes Resources for building or buying an Owl House Owl Artwork Owl Collectors Exchange What's New Latest updates to these pages Owl Pages Guestbook Sign or view the Guestbook Take our Survey Demographic Survey Want to use our info or photos?

3. Information On Owls
Find a collection of links to sites about descriptions, habits, pictures, sanctuaries, paintings, and collectibles. sheets entitled "Working With Wildlife " including one on owls with descriptions of several owl species and tips for
Revised 6 January 2003
Information on Owls
Descriptions Habits Pictures Sanctuaries ... Collectibles
Descriptions of Owls
The Great Gray Owl is profiled by Rick Baetsen on the Northern Michigan Birding site. Related information on this owl may be found in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Wildlife Notebook Series
The North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service (at NCSU) Extension Forestry Group has developed a series of information sheets entitled "Working With Wildlife," including one on Owls with descriptions of several owl species and tips for owl management (no photos, though).
Owl Houses and Owls
is a webpage maintained by Coveside Conservation Products which makes bird houses and feeders.
The Natural History of Raptors webpage from Auburn University includes four owls: the barred, barn, screech, and great horned owls.
The Raptor Center of the University of Minnesota has some owl resources, including Raptor Facts (characteristics and habits) and (pictures and audio files).
The Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago has prepared a series of Species Data Sheets on birds, which includes: Likewise, the Oregon Zoo in Portland, OR, has a couple of fact sheets:

4. Montana Wilderness~National Forests, Indian Wars~Hamilton, Montana
Information on identification of 15 owl species found in Montana.
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Identification of Montana's Owls

boreal owl by Denver W. Holt and Dale M. Becker
illustrated by Joe Thornbrugh The following guide is to help you identify Montana owls.. Owls are divided into two groups or subfamilies: Tytoninae (barn and bay owls) and Striginae (all other owls). In North America, the two groups are represented by breeding species; 15 species occur in Montana. Owls are basically nocturnal or crepuscular (active in the last morning or early evening). However, during winter, some species may be observed almost any time and in a variety of habitats because they are in search of food. Because most owls are active in times of low light or complete darkness, they have evolved a low-frequency vocal repertoire as a means of communication. Familiarity with these primary songs can greatly facilitate owl identification.

5. Gander Academy's Owls Theme Page
From Gander Academy, this site is for P and E students/teachers and lists Web resources on owls.
Gander Academy's Owls Theme Page
Featured in
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Theme Pages
School Homepage
Introduction to Birds

General Owl Resources
Jim Cornish,
Grade Five Teacher,
Gander Academy, Gander, Newfoundland, Canada.
This page was last updated on August 2001.
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6. My Owls Of The World
History, information, sounds, pictures of owls, and an owl quiz.
Owls That
Live Here
in owlphabetical order.. My Owls Owl Pellets Barn Owl Barred Owl Burrowing ... ICQ ME Red = Endangered
Search Open Directory

for owls
Owls and Kids
Owls of the World

Please Note:
If I don't reply to your email,
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You can ICQ me or try using a different email? Search MyOwls: Hi! This site is dedicated to my favorite subject, MY OWLS I have gathered hundreds of pictures of owls in all their glory, from the barn owl to the snowy owl. NEW: Kids work with owl pellets in the classroom. Do you like owls too? You can read about the history of owls and where they live and a little bit about each owl. There is also a section of my own private gallery of my own collection which numbers in the hundreds that I am working on right now. I have been collecting owls for about 20 years now (like many others) and am very proud of it. I would love to chat with or exhange with anyone more pictures of owls or any tidbits you have about these wonderful creatures. These pages are ever changing as I continue to add more info and try to aknowledge all the wonderful people who love owls. If someone should discover any material on these pages and points it out to me, I'll will remove it immediately. I have no intention of using other peoples work without their permission.

7. Owls -
Learn about the habitat, range, diet, and body structure of the owl. is a user-supported site. Click here to learn more.
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All About Owls
Owl Quiz
Owl Printout
Owls are nocturnal hunting birds with eyes that face forwards. They are closely related to hawks. Owls sleep during the day and emerge at night to hunt small prey.
There are about 162 different species of owls alive today, inhabiting a huge variety of ecological niches, from rainforests to tundra.
Owls have a large head and large eyes that face forwards (unlike other birds, whose eyes are on the sides of their head). This eye placement gives them binocular vision and very precise depth perception. Also, there are circles of radiating feathers surrounding each eye, giving them a wide-eyed, alert look.
Some owls have feathered ear tufts; these are not ears, but are part of the owl's camouflage.
Many owls have thick feathers that absorb the sounds that their wings make in flight. Prey and Hunting Owls are carnivores that hunt during the night (they are nocturnal). They use their keen sense of sight to find prey in the dark (owls see mostly in black and white). They have an acute sense of hearing which also helps in finding meals. Owls are stealth hunters, they can easily sneak up on their prey since their fluffy feathers give them almost silent flight. Owls have two methods of hunting
  • Perch and pounce - the owl waits on a low tree branch until it spots prey. It then swoops down onto the prey. This method is used often by owls that live in relatively dense forested areas.

8. The Motorcycle Collection Of The Owls Head Transportation Museum
This Maine museum has a number of motorbikes with good photos and historical description. Planes Category Reference Museums Transportation Motorcycles......The Motorcycle Page Browse through our collection of 9 motorcycles for picturesand details by clicking your choice below. Sorted by years increasing.
The Motorcycle Page Browse through our collection of 9 motorcycles for pictures and details by clicking your choice below. Sorted by years increasing.
Steffey Motorcycle
Scripps-Booth Bi-Autogo Harley Davidson Royal Enfield ...
OHTM Home Page

9. Owl Index
Take a ride to see the 0wls of Australia. Australian owls and Frogmouths information and pictures
Greg Lasley's Web Site
I will present a selection of owl photos on this page from several areas of the world, but mostly the western hemisphere. Some of these photos can also be viewed from other pages such as the southern Africa page, etc. More species will be added here soon.
Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl
Glaucidium brasilianum
Northern Pygmy-Owl
Glaucidium gnoma
Pearl-spotted Owlet
Glaucidium perlatum
Elf Owl
Micrathene whitneyi
Burrowing Owl
Athene cunicularia )(4 images, 115k)
Flammulated Owl
Otus flammeolus
Eastern Screech-Owl
Otus asio
Western Screech-Owl
Otus kennicottii
White-faced Scops-Owl
Otus leucotis African Scops-Owl Otus senegalensis Spectacled Owl Pulsatrix perspicillata Snowy Owl Nyctea scandiaca Great Gray Owl Strix nebulosa Want more information on owls? Check out a wonderful web site about owls of the world here Home

10. The World Of Owls
Sanctuary based in Ballymoney. Details and pictures of rescued birds and contact information.Category Science Biology Animalia Chordata Aves Strigiformes......The primary aim of the World of owls is to ensure the survival ofowls throughout the world. This objective will be achieved by
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11. OWLS: Outagamie Waupaca Library System
Learn about this Wisconsin organization and her member libraries. Get details on ordering supplies, and learn about the Board of Trustees. Phone 920.832.6190 FAX 920.832.6422. http//
Celebrate @ Your Library, April 6 - 12, 2003!
Financial Assistance

Library Policies

Links for Librarians

Support Documents
Who to Call for Help
Delivery Services

Email Services

Graphic Arts

Interlibrary Loan
Web Services
OWLSnet OWLSnet Home Page Admin. Advisory Committee (AAC) Network News New Materials Database Online Catalog Ordering Supplies ... Statistics Education Brown Bag Lunch Meetings Computer Lab Classes Continuing Education Webmeister Meetings About OWLS Board of Trustees Member Libraries Staff Directory System Scene ... More About OWLS (policies, statistics, affiliations, etc.) Outagamie Waupaca Library System 225 North Oneida Street, Appleton, Wisconsin 54911 Phone: 920.832.6190 - FAX: 920.832.6422 What's new? Updated: April 7, 2003 Advocacy Privacy Browser Recommendation Coming Up... Calendar of Events Electronic Resources: NEWCat Cooler by the Lake BadgerLink FirstSearch ... WISCAT

12. The London Owls - Sheffield Wednesday London Supporters Club
Travel, social activities, newsletter, results, fixtures, squad details, and photographs.

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14. Owls
Statistics and information on owl species found in the United States.Category Science Biology Animalia Chordata Aves Strigiformes......owls. owls have been the subject of much misunderstanding, superstition, and fancy. Peopleare starting to wise up too and realize the benefits of owls.
Great Horned Owl California Spotted Owl Western Screech Owl Short-eared Owl ... Owl Traits California Spotted Owl Owls have been the subject of much misunderstanding, superstition, and fancy. Over the centuries people have used owls to represent everything from evil, dark side to knowledge and wisdom. The wise, old owl is the most popular connotation today. People are starting to wise up too and realize the benefits of owls. Owls are efficient rodent predators and thus can be economically beneficial in many places. A single barn owl can eat over a thousand mice in a year. Owls have several features which make them such excellent hunters. Most owls are nocturnal (distinctively active at night) and thus have adapted to the night. Owls have incredible hearing involving asymmetrical ear chambers. Owls have superb night vision and use silence as a weapon. Owls have a few curious habits too. They regurgitate pellets containing undigested parts of their prey. Owls do not build their own nests. Instead they use old hawk nests, natural cavities, buildings or human constructed boxes. Their flight is moth-like or buoyant because their wings are stiff in flight coming both above and below their body. In many places owl habitat is fading and owls are disappearing. These creatures of the night are mysterious and fascinating. "To paraphrase something naturalist Henry Beston once said, owls hear different voices, voices we cannot even begin to perceive, and act and interact in ways that we diurnal creatures will never witness, nor even understand fully. We can study them, we can learn to spot them, but, at least to us owls will always remain aloof, apart, mysterious." (Sutton,13)

15. The Town Of Owl's Head Maine Homepage
Knox County. Small, midcoast town complete with a picturesque lighthouse, a Transportation Museum and the Knox County Regional Airport.
Town Meeting - Last Monday in August at 7 pm Town Office Hours
Elected Town Officials

Appointed Town Officials

Structure of Town Government
Town of Owl's Head
This page voluntarily maintained by Donald "Tink" Bergren
for the Town Of Owl's Head.
Last updated 9/14/02

16. Welcome To The Owls Head Transportation Museum, Celebrating Transportation Histo
An interesting site featuring many pioneer and historically significant aircraft, automobiles, and Category Reference Museums Aviation North America United States......The owls Head Transportation Museum exhibits and operates a large collection ofpioneerera aircraft, antique automobiles, engines, bicycles, carriages and

2003 Special Event Schedule

2002 New England Auto Auction Results

Current Exhibits

Education Center
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"There is nothing like the experience of driving with the family in an antique, classic or special interest automobile. Whether a Rambler or a Rolls Royce, an old automobile makes many memories per mile." Charles Chiarchiaro
Executive Director
Owls Head Transportation Museum

Post Office Box 277, Route 73
Owls Head, ME 04854 USA Phone: 207-594-4418 Fax: 207-594-4410 Read about the Museum at Rand McNally's "Best of the Road, 2003"

17. Australian OWLS
Habitats, descriptions with pictures, activities, nesting, and breeding information on the owls of Category Science Biology Animalia Chordata Aves Strigiformes......Home Page Australian owls Frogmouths Lyrebird . Magpie . Mallee Fowl .Numbat . owls . Oystercatcher Parrot . Pelican (Australian) .
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Frogmouths Take a ride to see the 0wls of Australia
Australian owls and Frogmouths information and pictures
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18. Macrame Owls
Treasury of owls formed in macrame, offered by Bill Davenport.
A Treasury of Macrame Owls page 1,

19. The Owls Of North Dakota
Includes color photos and descriptive information on owls occurring in North Dakota.Category Science Biology Animalia Chordata Aves Strigiformes......Includes color photos and descriptive information on owls occurring in NorthDakota. The owls of North Dakota. by Chris Grondahl and Jonn Schumacher.
The Owls of North Dakota
by Chris Grondahl and Jonn Schumacher
State Game and Fish Department
100 North Bismarck Expressway
Bismarck, North Dakota 58501-5095
The following pages describe the nine owls of North Dakota and are designed to help you locate and identify these fascinating birds of prey. Four of the nine owls are fairly common nesting species, while the others either nest occasionally or are found during particular seasons. Three of our owls depend primarily on native grasslands and have shown population declines presumably in response to the loss of required food and habitat. Owls have extraordinary sight and hearing capability. Their eyes are large and used to hunt during the night. Ears of the owl are even more remarkable. They are openings in the side of the head surrounded by deep, soft feathers, which the owl can shape to direct sound into the ear. The bird's facial disc, generally outlined by some change in feather pattern or color on the face, is also believed to help direct sound into the ear canal. Owl feathers are very soft in comparison to other birds and aid the owl in approaching prey quietly. They can strike their victims in the air, on the ground or even in trees by using long, sharp talons.

20. NC State University - NCCES - Working With Wildlife - Owls
General information on four species of owls, recommended nesting box sizes, and general owl facts.Category Science Biology Animalia Chordata Aves Strigiformes......owls. Updated 8/23/95. owls are birds of prey that actively feed andhunt throughout the night and during twilight hours. Often
Updated 8/23/95 Owls are birds of prey that actively feed and hunt throughout the night and during twilight hours. Often mysterious to man, owls figure largely in myths, folklore and superstition. Their large eyes, nocturnal nature and eerie calls have led to fear and loathing by many. Owls play an important role in the balance of forest and open land environments. Much like hawks, owls prey on rodent, reptile and small game populations at night. Owls feed on a variety of animal species from insects, small mammals and reptiles, to the occasional fish. Typically solitary feeders, owls may occasionally gather in winter roosts or at an abundant food source Habitat Owls are found across all of North Carolina, with the exception of some marine habitats. Owls are largely forest birds with most requiring hollow trees or dark, dense vegetation to seek refuge during the day. Since much of their diet is typically rats and mice, prime feeding habitat occurs along fields and transitions where rodents and insects abound. Owl Adaptations
  • Large Retinas - Vision is 50-100 times better than humans in poor light.

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