The charm of little owls—serious, silly, and downright grumpy.
What a hoot! Twelve months of sweet, small owls, emanating sly charm and an aura of wisdom. Featuring full-color photographs throughout, here is a family of desert-dwelling Great Horned Owls peering out from behind a cactus, and, deep in a shady, coniferous forest, a little ball of fluff turns out to be a Eurasian Eagle-Owl upon closer inspection. From the experts at Audubon, panels include scientific names and information on voice, habitat, and range. The calendar’s 7" x 7" compact format only enhances the owls’ cuteness—making it an irresistible addition to a locker or cubicle, for all ages of owl fans. Printed on FSC-certified paper
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