Blane Klemek column: Northern saw-whet owl goes toot in night
One of the most interesting avian groups is the collection of birds that we call owls. Powerful and silent on the wing, owls are special raptors unlike other birds of prey in many ways. As well, and with physical appearances aside, no other raptor--falcon, hawk or eagle--is active at night.
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