WEFOUNDThe Owling (The Shadowside Trilogy, Book 2)


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Through owling education, Owling.com is dedicated to the preservation of the owls found on the North American continent. The information is organized in a simple, understandable arrangement and format. An enjoyable approach is structured for those who are simply interested in what is making noises out their window, yet comprehensive enough for students and enthusiast who are studying or trying to identify the owls. The site is divided into several sections so the reader can find any owl species by name (scientific or English), region, or simply browse the owls by appearance.

The owls are divided into three geographic sections: North America , Central America , and the Caribbean . These three areas are defined as the birdwatcher sees them. The North American owls include all owl species that are found on the mainland US and Canada including Alaska and the Aleutian Islands. Central America includes all the owls found in the countries from Mexico through Panama. The final section covers the owls of the Caribbean. This section includes all owls found on the islands bordering and/or within the Caribbean Sea.

Navigating to an owl can be done by rolling your mouse over the “Owls” tab in the header and choosing a region. From the region page, all the owls of that region have large thumbnails linked to each species’ page. The species on this page are arranged alphabetically by common name.

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Through owling education, Owling.com is dedicated to the preservation of the owls found on the North American continent. The information is organized in a simple, understandable arrangement and format. An enjoyable approach is structured for those who are simply interested in what is making noises out their window, yet comprehensive enough for students and enthusiast who are studying or trying to identify the owls. The site is divided into several sections so the reader can find any owl species by name (scientific or English), region, or simply browse the owls by appearance.

The owls are divided into three geographic sections: North America , Central America , and the Caribbean . These three areas are defined as the birdwatcher sees them. The North American owls include all owl species that are found on the mainland US and Canada including Alaska and the Aleutian Islands. Central America includes all the owls found in the countries from Mexico through Panama. The final section covers the owls of the Caribbean. This section includes all owls found on the islands bordering and/or within the Caribbean Sea.

Navigating to an owl can be done by rolling your mouse over the “Owls” tab in the header and choosing a region. From the region page, all the owls of that region have large thumbnails linked to each species’ page. The species on this page are arranged alphabetically by common name.

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