tawny owl

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tawny owl

a European owl, Strix aluco, having a reddish-brown or grey plumage, black eyes, and a round head
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With less snow and warmer temperatures, more of the reddish-brown birds have been able to survive, mate and pass on that dominant gene, ultimately resulting in more brown owls.
Brown Owl Jane Coates, from Fife, said: "We re so proud to have been selected for UNICEF UK s exclusive sleepover at Top Trump Towers.
After years of pledging 'my duty to God, to Brown Owl and to others' every Tuesday night, I was appointed a Sixer.
Passed away peacefully on 29th April, aged 92 years, Vera (former Brown Owl for 35 years), beloved wife of the late Joe, a much loved mam of Dorothy and son-inlaw John, a friend to many.
At first glance, this may seem like a very silly sight: a man in a lab coat waving a brown owl about.
Last year, Daily Post readers helped the North Wales Breeding Bird Atlas map their nests, and while the book is being written, the organisers are seeking last-minute help locating calling tawny owls, the classic brown owl with its "tu-whit" and "tu-whoo" calls.
Much the same can be said of the subsequent chapter, revealingly entitled "'For I am but a girl': The Problem of Female Power in Ford Madox Ford's The Brown Owl.
Include all the gifts that sneak up on you for teachers, sports coaches and Brown Owl, and set a Saturday afternoon aside with the kids to make those presents.
actress Brown Owl after she took him under her wing when he arrived.
She's concerned the last scene, in a fetish dungeon, may compromise her position as Brown Owl in the parish Brownie pack.
At thirteen, when it was finally suggested to me by the chief brown owl that I might not be suited to guiding if I couldn't obey the rules I joined the Conservation Trust Volunteers.
He points out that the note from Brown Owl says the offerings must be made by the Brownies.