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         Owls:     more books (100)
  1. Owls (Kids Can Press Wildlife Series) by Adrienne Mason, 2004-09-01
  2. The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark by Jill Tomlinson, 2004-03-01
  3. The Owl and the Pussycat by Edward Lear, 1996-05-07
  4. There's an Owl in the Shower by Jean Craighead George, 1997-04-30
  5. The Book of North American Owls by Helen Roney Sattler, 1998-03-23
  6. Little Owl Lost by Chris Haughton, 2010-08-10
  7. The Barn Owls by Tony Johnston, 2000-06-01
  8. The Barn Owl (Animal Lives) by Sally Tagholm, 2003-06-20
  9. Owls (Animal Predators) by Sandra Markle, 2004-12
  10. Owl City - Ocean Eyes (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook) by Owl City, 2010-01-01
  11. Owl Puke: Book and Owl Pellet by Jane Hammerslough, 2003-12-17
  12. The Blind Owl by Sadegh Hedayat, 2010-10-12
  13. The Owl and the Pussycat by Edward Lear, 2006-08-01
  14. Little White Owl by Tracey Corderoy, 2010-10

21. World Owl Trust - Home Page
Based in the UK, the trust's primary aim is to ensure the survival of all species of the world's owls.Category Science Biology Animalia Chordata Aves Strigiformes......The WORLD OWL TRUST, whose primary aim is to ensure the survival of all speciesof the world's owls. DEFRA have banned the release of captivebred Barn owls.
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The WORLD OWL TRUST has, for over 25 years, given unstinting effort to ensure that endangered owls the world over survive into the next millennium for future generations to enjoy. Formed in 1972, the WORLD OWL TRUST began conducting extensive research into our native British Barn Owl after discovering that the wild population was declining rapidly. The WORLD OWL TRUST took up the challenge and, by means of habitat restoration, education, and captive-breeding and release programmes, has to date been involved in introducing over 1600 Barn Owls back into the wild. Many populations in the U.K. owe their existence to the work of the Trust and its members.
The WORLD OWL TRUST, a registered charity, is the world's premier owl conservation organisation and promotes scientific research, habitat creation and restoration, a UK national nest-box scheme, together with breeding programmes. Currently a leading player in twelve overseas projects the WORLD OWL TRUST is also committed to education and spreading the conservation message. Current research programmes include a study of Avian Malaria in Snowy Owls, owl taxonomy by DNA analysis, success rates in Barn Owl release schemes, and a new European Little Owl survey.

22. Owls Of The World - The Owl Pages
The Owl Pages Information about owls, Search Owl Pages. owls of the World. Clickon a region of the World to discover what species of owls live there.
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Click on a region of the World to discover what species of Owls live there. You can also use the links below this map. North American Owls Central American Owls South American Owls African Owls ... Antarctica Top of Page Send this Page to a Friend Print this Page On-line Nature Store Help The Owl Pages Home Species Lists ... Advertising

23. The National Birds Of Prey Centre
Probably the most significant collection of Birds of Prey in the world, with around 300 birds of prey and owls. Leading the world in captive breeding, having bred 50 species so far.
The National Birds of Pre y Centre from the air - 2002 Important Notice For anyone who is considering visiting the Centre – this is your last year (2003) to do so in its present location. The bulk of the National Birds of Prey Centre is relocating to the US at the end of this year. We have been offered the chance of joining with another group and extending the work that we have done here for the last 36 years. This opportunity is too good to lose. However – we shall be open as usual for this coming season – seven days a week until October 31 st It is planned that a smaller part of the National Birds of Prey Centre will remain and continue on with the courses, the experience days, the owl evenings and the work of the National Birds of Prey Trust. For further information see the pages on the move, which will be written and updated over the coming months. So one and all, this really is an opportunity not to be missed. This is your last chance to see this collection of birds in the setting of the Gloucestershire countryside that it has enjoyed for so long. Next year if you want to see this collection you will have to come to South Carolina which is a little further to go!

24. Owls@sheffield FC - The World's Greatest Club Side
Sheffield Wednesday mailing list.
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26. CNN/SI - Rice Owls - Women's College Basketball
Headlines, roster, scoreboard, schedule.
Rice Owls Team Page Schedule Conference Page Standings ... NCAA Message Board Rankings: AP: NR Coaches' Poll: NR SCOREBOARD LATEST GAME
SMU Rice Mar 12 - Final
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27. Rice University - Official Athletic Site - Football
owls official web site with news, schedule, roster, statistics and archives.Category Sports Football NCAA-IA WAC Rice......Rice University Official Athletic Site complete coverage of all owls NCAA sportsincluding basketball, football, baseball, soccer, volleyball, Sailing
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Assistant Coaches Join the 2002 Quarterback Club Today 2002 Schedule ...
Football: Owls Announce 2003 Football Recruits

Head coach Ken Hatfield
has announced the 24 high school stars who have signed national letters-of-intent to attend Rice University. (more)
Football: Green, Hawkins Honored At Annual Awards Banquet

Seniors Brandon Green and Vincent Hawkins each won two major awards and joined Greg Gatlin as permanent captains of Rice's 2002 football team as the squad's annual awards banquet Friday night at the Marriott Medical Center Hotel. (more)
Football: Green Added To Hula Bowl Maui Roster

Brandon Green will be playing one more game as a collegian after all. (more)
Football: Green Leads Owls On All-WAC Teams

Brandon Green was a first-team all-Western Athletic Conference selection, and Keith Meyer and Jeff Vanover were named to the second team on the honor squad announced Friday by the league office. (more)
Football: Ken Hatfield’s Monday Quotes
Highlights of Ken Hatfield 's final Monday news conference of the 2002 season.

28. Barn Owls
Description, photo, and facts on eating habits.Category Science Biology Chordata Aves Strigiformes Tytonidae...... The eyes of the barn owl differ from most other owls in a few ways. Their eyes arenot yellow, but rather mahogany in color. These owls are strictly nocturnal.
Barn Owl
Tyto alba Length: 14" - 21" Wingspan: 40.5" - 45" Also known as the ghost owl or the spirit owl, the barn owl once frightened many people and was the focus of many superstitions. Now, the economic importance of this owl is becoming clear. The barn owl has an usually long legs and an unusually long beak. The eyes of the barn owl differ from most other owls in a few ways. Their eyes are not yellow, but rather mahogany in color. Their eyes are small for an owl of such size. Barn owls also despise daylight and do not seem to be able to cope with it as well as other owls. These owls are strictly nocturnal. Barn owls probably have the most acute hearing of any of the owls. They rely mainly on sound for hunting and in experiments it was proven that these owls can hunt by sound alone with 100% accuracy. Barn owls hunt from a perch listening to their intended prey move along. Once the animal stops moving, the barn owl swoops down onto it and grabs it with its talons. Primary food for the barn owl consist of mice and rats, but large insects, reptiles, amphibians, and on occasion a songbird. There are two natural enemies for the barn owl to worry about, the great horned owl and the prairie falcon. Generally the barn owl is not harassed by songbirds. Humans are the barn owls greatest threat. Once people destroyed the owls whenever the opportunity presented itself. The mortality rate of the barn owl is high with only 60 out of a 100 surviving their first year. A sizable portion of these deaths are the result of eating rodents that had been previously poisoned. The average life span is 5 to 11 years in the wild. Their main defense is to hide, but they will attack intruders. The owls use their sharp talons aiming for the intruder's eyes.

29. South Okanagan Rehabilitation Centre For Owls
Dedicated to helping injured or orphaned birds of prey. BC, Canada.
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30. Garland Owls Football
owls high school football past and present.
Garland Owls Football Home All Games Coaches Playoffs Series ... Links Next game: August 2001, Opponent TBA in Week 1 Last game: Garland 14, North Garland 13 in Week 10 GHS Football Achievements through 2000:
  • All-Time Record: 539-270-44 (.658)
  • Record in nine years under Head Coach Joe Martin: 81-22-3 (.778)
  • Won 24 straight district games from 1995 to 1998.
  • Four straight district titles (1994 to 1997)
  • Eight straight playoff appearances
  • Seven of the last eight city championships
Three simple steps to supporting your Texas high school at football games:
  • Boo the ref every time he calls a penalty against your team. For particularly pointless calls, yell insinuations that the other team's coach lined the ref's pocket with wads of cash before the game.
  • Support your team, win or lose (but always hope for the former, and not the latter).

31. CNN/SI - Florida Atlantic Owls - Women's College Basketball
Headlines, scoreboard, schedule.
Florida Atlantic Owls Team Page Schedule Conference Page Standings ... NCAA Message Board Rankings: AP: NR Coaches' Poll: NR SCOREBOARD LATEST GAME
Jacksonville St. Florida Atlantic Mar 13 - 1:00 pm
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32. USA TODAY Latest News
Schedule/results, roster.
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3/5/01 - Updated 12:27 PM ET Temple Owls (18-11, 12-6 A-10) LAST GAME: lost to George Washington 74-59 , Mar. 4 2000-2001 schedule/results Dec. Dec. 29 Bye 80, Temple 55 Nov. Nov. 17 Temple 89, Lehigh 55 Nov. 21 Temple 77, Marist 57 Nov. 27 Temple 74, Rider 65 Dec. Dec. 2 Villanova 60, Temple 55 Dec. 12 Temple 70, Fairleigh Dickinson 56 Dec. 22 New Mexico 78, Temple 59 Dec. 23 Temple 82, Boise State 52 Dec. 27 Temple 70, Iona 67 Jan. Jan. 2 Vanderbilt 70, Temple 51 Jan. 5 Temple 84, St. Bonaventure 74 Jan. 9 Temple 69, Dayton 65 Jan. 11 North Carolina State 71, Temple 64 Jan. 14 Temple 77, Fordham 62 Jan. 19 Xavier 73, Temple 63 Jan. 21 Dayton 63, Temple 55 Jan. 26 Temple 60, Duquesne 53 Jan. 28 George Washington 78, Temple 67

33. Chalmette Owls
Coaching staff.

34. Wise Owls Employment And Education For The Over 45s
This British site is specifically designed for the overs 45's offering a wide range of services from Category Society People Seniors Organizations......The aim of this site is to encourage and assist those over 45 wishing to return to education. If you would like to develop your existing skills or to take
link Wise Owls is run by over 45s for the over 45s. We offer employment, recruitment, web development, business support, self-employment support and a forum Your page should load automatically If not, click here

35. Biologybase: Birds: Owls Of The World
A simple checklist of the owls of the world.Category Science Biology Animalia Chordata Aves Strigiformes......BiologyBase covering the world of life. owls of the World Order Strigiformes.Family Strigidae (Recent owls). Subfamily Tytoninae (Barn owls and Bay owls).
covering the world of life Owls of the World BiologyBase Checklist Index compiled by Robert B. Hole, Jr. A simple checklist of the owls of the world
Order Strigiformes
Family Strigidae (Recent Owls)
Subfamily Tytoninae (Barn Owls and Bay Owls)
Barn Owl Tyto alba
Ashy-faced Barn Owl, Hispaniolan Barn Owl Tyto glaucops
Grass Owl Tyto capensis
Celebes Masked Owl Tyto rosebergii
Madagascar Masked Owl Tyto soumagnei
Australian Masked Owl Tyto novaehollandiae
Minahass Masked Owl Tyto inexspectata
Sula Masked Owl Tyto nigrobrunnea
New Britain Masked Owl Tyto aurantia
Greater Sooty Owl Tyto tenebricosa Lesser Sooty Owl Tyto multipunctata Asian Bay Owl Phodilus badius Congo Bay Owl Phodilus prigoginei Return to top
Subfamily Striginae (Typical Owls)
White-fronted Scops Owl Otus sagittatus Reddish Scops Owl Otus rufescens Cinnamon Scops Owl Otus icterorhynchus Andaman Scops Owl Otus balli Sokoke Scops Owl Otus irenae Mountain Scops Owl Otus spilocephalus Luzon Scops Owl Otus longicornis Mindoro Scops Owl Otus mindorensis Mindanao Scops Owl Otus mirus Celebes Scops Owl Otus manadensis Flores Scops Owl Otus alfredi Javan Scops Owl Otus angelinae Simeulue Scops Owl Otus umbra Sao Tome Scops Owl Otus hartlaubi Pallid Scops Owl Otus brucei Flammulated Owl Otus flammeolus African Scops Owl Otus senegalensis Eurasian Scops Owl Otus scops Oriental Scops Owl Otus sunia Ryukyu Scops Owl Otus elegans Mantanani Scops Owl Otus mantananensis Moluccan Scops Owl Otus magicus Malagasy Scops Owl

36. The Grand Rapids Owls
Team directory, schedule, roster, statistics, news, game log, alumni/history, tryouts, and map to arena.
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37. Waupaca Area Public Library
Library services and catalogs, web library.

Links to supplement teaching young students about owls.Category Science Biology Animalia Chordata Aves Strigiformes...... owls in the Family. This CyberGuide is organized on the assumption that studentsare participating in a unit in which owls in the Family is core.
Teacher CyberGuide
Owls in the Family
by Farley Mowat
CyberGuide by Michele Wilson-Manos
Introduction This supplemental CyberGuide to Owls In The Family was developed as part of the Schools of California Online Resources for Educators (SCORE) Project , funded by the California Technology Assistance Program (CTAP).
The links here have been scrutinized for their grade and age appropriateness; however, contents of links on the web change continuously. Teachers should preview all links before introducing CyberGuides to students.
This CyberGuide, designed to supplement the teaching of Owls In The Family , consists of five activities that provide resources for students to explore the geography of Canada, (the setting of the book), dissect owl pellets, learn about Great Horned Owls and gain information about the author. While completing these activities, students will discover answers to the following questions:
  • How is the geography of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan different or similar to where the student lives?
  • What can owl pellets tell us about the diet of an owl? How do Great Horned Owls differ from other owls?

39. S.C.R.O., Society For The Conservation And Research Of Owls
With members in 15 countries, Adopt an Owl Program, Research, Conservation, Merchandise Catalog, Membership, S.C.R.O. Publications, Queen Charlotte Owl Project

40. Owl Printout-
There are about 162 different species of owls alive today, inhabiting a huge varietyof ecological niches around the world, from rain forests to the tundra.
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There are about 162 different species of owls alive today, inhabiting a huge variety of ecological niches around the world, from rain forests to the tundra Smallest and Largest : The smallest owl in the world is the Elf Owl ( Micrathene whitneyi ), which is about 6.1 inches (16 cm) long, has a wingspan of 15 inches (38 cm), and weighs about 1.5 ounces (4g). The largest owls are the Great Gray Owls ( Strix nebulosa ) [which are about 33 inches (84 cm) long, have a wingspan of about 5 feet (152 cm), and weigh about 3 pounds (1450 g)], the Eurasian Eagle Owls ( Bubo bubo ) [which are about 28 inches (71 cm) long, have a wingspan of about 5.2 feet (160 cm), and weigh up to 9.8 pounds (4200 g)], and the Great Horned Owls ( Bubo virginianus ) [which are about 25 inches (63 cm) long, have a wingspan of about 5 feet (152 cm), and weigh about 4 pounds (1800 g)]. Eyes : 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. Diet : Owls are carnivores (meat-eaters). Most are nocturnal and hunt at night. They use a 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 hunt and eat

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