• Radio 4 in Four - Seven things you didn't know about owls ...

    Fascinating facts to celebrate our favourite nocturnal bird, the wise old owl.

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  • How Burrowing Owls Lead To Vomiting Anarchists (Or SF's ...

    Apr 13, 2014 · Today, the tech industry is apparently on track to destroy one of the world's most valuable cultural treasures, San Francisco, by pushing out the diverse people who have helped create it.

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  • Controlling bird damage from hawks and owls

    Introduction . Hawks and owls are birds of prey and are frequently referred to as raptors— a term that includes the falcons, eagles, vultures, kites, ospreys, northern harriers, and crested caracaras.

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  • Owls In Canada - Bird Canada

    Worldwide there are 151 owl species, but owls in Canada total only 16 species. Three species are listed as endangered.

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  • Planning decisions and Barn Owls - The Barn Owl Trust

    Barn Owls and planning, barn conversions, nestboxes. Planning decisions and Barn Owls Barn Owls and barn conversions. Barn Owl sites outside the breeding season have no statutory protection per se and the presence of Barn Owls (or other protected species) will rarely, if ever, result in the refusal of a planning application for conversion ...

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  • New England Museum Association :: NEMA Jobs

    NEMA Jobs. NEMA Jobs is your go-to source for up-to-date museum employment opportunities in our region. Browse job openings by clicking on your category of interest or type a keyword into the search box.

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  • How Britain's smallest owl (7inches and 6oz) won a very big ...

    Measuring between 7in and 8in tall and weighing around 6oz, Little Owls are the smallest variety of the bird in Britain. Originally from Italy and Holland, they were introduced here in the 1880s.

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  • Home - Leeds Older People's Forum

    To promote the well-being of all older people in the city of Leeds, and to give a more powerful voice to older people in shaping their city for the benefit of all its citizens.which meet the

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  • Burrowing Owl | Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife

    Burrowing Owl. At 100 square miles, Cape Coral, Florida is the second largest city, land wise, in the State of Florida with Jacksonville the only city that is larger.

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  • Burrowing Owl | Audubon Field Guide

    Cowboys sometimes called these owls "howdy birds," because they seemed to nod in greeting from the entrances to their burrows in prairie-dog towns. Colorful fiction once held that owls, prairie-dogs, and rattlesnakes would all live in the same burrow at once.

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  • 2018 - International Festival of Owls

    In 2003, a chance encounter with nesting Barn Owls in Berkeley, CA, led Lisa Owens Viani to a self-described "obsession" with owls. Since that time she has been an environmental activist; committed to the conservation of owls, hawks, and native predators.

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  • How owls turn their heads: Scientists uncover ... - Mail Online

    A study by Johns Hopkins University's School of Medicine in the US found that owls have four major adaptations allowing increased neck movement and flexibility.

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  • Owls of Canada - Simply Wild Canada

    The owls of Canada contain 16 species, and are found throughout the country.

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  • Owls In Canada - Bird Canada

    Worldwide there are 151 owl species, but owls in Canada total only 16 species. Three species are listed as endangered.

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  • Krazy Gears Motorized Building Set - Large Interlocking ...

    An education building block set with gears that really spin. The 81 Piece set comes complete with a variety of gears, 24 interlocking blocks, and an assortment of characters and playground equipment.

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  • Rice University Football :: Official Athletic Site

    Rice Owls Track and Field Home Track & Field Rice Owls Track and Field in Twitter Rice Owls Track and Field on Facebook

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  • Following Forest Owls in the Western US - Earthwatch

    In Snow Basin, located in the Wasatch-Cache range in northern Utah, old Aspen groves provide a unique and essential habitat for the Flammulated Owls and other wildlife species including many songbirds, flying squirrels and even moose.

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  • OWLS CLEVER, BUT PIGEONS GET WISE - The New York Times

    Oct 28, 1986 · The plastic owls - typically 16 1/2 inches high and made of molded or inflatable plastic - are also being used to oust pigeons from the postmodernist arch of the American Telephone & Telegraph Building on Madison Avenue, from the canopy rafters of Long Island Rail Road stations and from the roof of the New Jersey State House in Trenton and ...

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  • Owls Hollow | Toys & Games for Curious Minds

    Owls Hollow Knitting Group Mondays 10 – 11:45 am All levels of knitters are welcome! A knitters support group, where we spend time working on individual projects and help each other.

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  • Athenian Owls

    Athenian Owls, thick, heavy, high-relief silver coins minted more than 2,000 years ago, were arguably the most influential of all coins, and the Classical Owl tetradrachm, pictured above, is the most widely recognized ancient coin among the general public today.

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  • Unusual Architecture at the House Of The Owls, Rome

    Inside the beautiful public park of the Villa Torlonia lies the surreal and unusual architecture of the strangely named, House Of The Owls (Casina delle Civette).

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  • Science Trek (Idaho Public Television)

    Joan's Blog Nina Peterson and Tiangong-1. Learn about Dr. Nina Peterson, and the Tiangong-1 space station.

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  • Do Owls Eat Cats? - pictures-of-cats.org

    Do owls eat cats and small dogs? Surprisingly the answer is Yes. The Striped Owl or Hoot Owl has been photographed carrying off a full-sized domestic cat in its talons.

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  • Barn owl - Wikipedia

    The barn owl (Tyto alba) is the most widely distributed species of owl and one of the most widespread of all birds. It is also referred to as the common barn owl, to distinguish it from other species in its family, Tytonidae, which forms one of the two main lineages of living owls, the other being the typical owls (Strigidae).

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  • Wirral Barn Owl Trust

    Follow us on Twitter @wirralbarnowls Like and share our Facebook page @wirralbarnowltrust. Pictures beamed 24/7 from one of our Wirral nest boxes can be viewed by clicking HERE

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