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  1. Snowy owl By Dezire

  2. Source # 4, 16, 20 Description Coloring: White and brown and has gold eyes . Size: 53-66 cm. Large owl Physical Characteristics: Snowy owls can blind in with the snow. Snowy owls hunt at day time for there bate cant see them coming. A snowy owl can sleep 40 day at night . When a snowy owl is white it mess that it is a male. When a snowy owl is white and bourn that is a female .en snowy owl can live up to 10 mourns to 10 years .

  3. Source #_9 __ Adaptations Behavioral Physical • Did you know snowy owl can spin there head around. • All owls are scared of people so they antic to protect there baby's from enemies. • Owls puck out a pelt out of there guised. • Owls festers are quietly to cache it’s prettier. • When a male owl has it’s ears go up it miss get out. • When a male ears are down it miss ok you can come. • A owls hearing sounds is 75. • In the article there are no trees. • Snowy owls can see in day time. A pellet is dry and hard to brake a part .

  4. Source # 6, 8,3 Habitat Arctic Ocean Asia Europe North America Atlantic Ocean Pacific Ocean Africa Indian Ocean South America Australia Antarctica Snowy Owls live in the Arctic North Tundra. Summers here are short. The owls pucks out little bones.

  5. Food Chain of the Owl Source #___20______ Desire Roman The sun gives the plant energy. The plant gives energy to the rabbit . The rabbit gives the owl energy.

  6. CREDITS 4. Duncan, Dr. James. "Owls of the World." Buffalo, NY: Firefly Books, 2003. 16. Long, Kim. "Owls- A Wildlife Handbook." Boulder, CO: Johnson Books, 1998. Website 20 8. Gibbons, Gail. "Owls." New York, NY: Holiday House, 2005. 6. George, Michael. "Owls." USA: The Child's World, 1998. 9. Hammers lough, Jane. "Owl Puke." New York, NY: Workman Publishing, 2004. 3.Biel, Timothy L. "Owls." Wildlife Education, Ltd., 2001.