How to Spot an Owl

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1999 - Nature - 143 pages
Long considered creatures of myth and mystery, owls actually are commonplace if one knows how and where to look--often no further than one's own backyard. The Suttons--husband and wife naturalist team--have created a lavish, full-color spotter's guide, with a thorough description of owls, their habitat, range, diet, breeding and nesting habits.
 

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User Review  - Sandydog1 - LibraryThing

This is a little, concise, presumably out-of-print (already?) book about finding owls. The Suttons, of course, somewhat emphasize New Jersey and Northeast Owling, but this doesn't detract from the ... Read full review

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Great book, has essential info for watching owls. Very easy and enjoyable read. Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
8
An Introduction to Owling
14
Owling on Your Own
31
Following Up Clues
56
Equipment KnowHow
62
Backyard Owling
69
Owls You Can Spot
76
Further Information
133
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Clay Sutton is a freelance writer, naturalist, lecturer, and tour leader.

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