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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We have also received information that a Tawny Owl has been shot in the area within the last couple of weeks and we are appealing for anyone with information about either of these incidents to contact police.
Islwyn Jones releases the tawny owl back into the wild
17-25) Chickens and pigeons have been proven to have a circadian IOP rhythmy, (9,26) whereas that rhythm was not present in common buzzards (Buteo buteo) and tawny owls (Strix aluco).
Last summer, I stepped into our back garden and perfectly replicated the call of the tawny owl.
The rate of preservation of skull characters in bank voles was evaluated from the pellets and food remains of the Tawny Owl (Strix aluco) collected in Lithuania in 1997-2005 (Balciauskiene, 2006).
Last night two birds, a tawny owl and a Pharaoh eagle owl were still missing.
THUGS hacked the wings off a helpless tawny owl in a sickening act of cruelty.
Lesoh Bho, who was third behind Scary Spice and Timeless River at Bellewstown, has Tawny Owl, runner-up on his last two starts, to beat in the closing Louth Flat Race.
Over the millennia this produced the tawny owl, superbly adapted to exploit its particular ecological niche.
RACHEL Wade, retired teacher and member of Kirkheaton Parish Church, made a huge impression with her tawny owl at this year's national Festival of Quilts at the Birmingham National Exhibition Centre.
In the case of the tawny owl, it's not a mere tutorial but a whole semester
He pleaded not guilty to two other offences relating to fraud and the sale of a Tawny Owl, and a further offence relating to the possession of a Red Kite was sent back to magistrates court.