Celebrated indie artist Christine Schmidt offers 25 hip, imaginative, and personalizable decorations, toys, puzzles, and keepsakes for children using simple hand-printing techniques.
Author: Christine Schmidt
Publisher: Potter Craft
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Celebrated indie artist Christine Schmidt offers 25 hip, imaginative, and personalizable decorations, toys, puzzles, and keepsakes for children using simple hand-printing techniques. A new take on DIY projects for kids. Personalized, handmade items are a meaningful way to show your love for a baby or child. Christine Schmidt, author of the bestselling Print Workshop and the creative force behind the acclaimed Yellow Owl Workshop line of artisan stationery and home accessories, shares her inspired ideas for making easy, yet entirely unique items for children from newborns to school-aged. Using stamps, stenciling, and other hand-printing techniques, design-savvy parents will be able to make quick kid-friendly projects that will be cherished for years to come.
IDENTIFICATION A very pale, sandy-brown, small owl (19–20cm), without ear-
tufts. Similar to Little Owl but with much smaller talons. Eyes yellow, eyelids and
cere black. Back, mantle and upperwing-coverts pale sandybrown, rather
Author: Claus König
Publisher: A&C Black
Owls are enduringly popular birds, but due to their nocturnal habits most species are difficult to see well. The plumages of many species are cryptic and difficult to separate by plumage alone. This problem is compounded by the different morphs that many adopt. This book fully describes every known species and subspecies of owl, as well as presenting the latest evidence on owl taxonomy, based on DNA work and vocalisations. Because voice is vital in owl identification, much emphasis is placed on it in the book and sonograms are provided for many species. A CD of owl vocalisations will accompany the book.
This owl has a loud call that can travel a long way through the night air. Most little owls are brown with white specks. They have feathers on their feet and legs.
Their eyes are yellow. While the male owl goes hunting, the female stays behind.
Author: Steve Parker
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Inroduces owls, describing the physical characteristics, behavior, habitat, and feeding habits of several different types.
The chapters in this book derive from papers presented at the Owls 2000 conference held in Canberra, Australia, which was third in a series of international meetings on owls.
Author: Ian Newton
Publisher: CSIRO PUBLISHING
Owls in Australia are difficult to find and study, so comparatively little is known about their biology. Even less is known about the status, taxonomy, and biology of those species and sub-species living in tropical and subtropical environments and on islands. Many island species and subspecies are at risk, some have already been lost. Ecology and Conservation of Owls includes sections on population ecology, distribution, habitat and diet, conservation and management, and voice structure and taxonomy. It contains a number of review chapters that bring together findings from a wide range of previous research, including recent developments in owl taxonomy and systematics, and studies of population limitation in northern hemisphere owls. The chapters in this book derive from papers presented at the Owls 2000 conference held in Canberra, Australia, which was third in a series of international meetings on owls.
Release on 1975 | by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture and Forestry
WIC has contributed significantly in improving the nutritional level of Indian
mothers and children and preventitive health ... Carole Yellow Owl Myrna Salway
Myrna Jo Brierly Laurie Hall Ethyl Valondra Susan Ann Heavy Runner Marcia Little ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture and Forestry
owls nest in barns or old buildings, while others nest in old burrows of the ground
squirrels and prairie dogs. ... The great horned owl's eggs are the size of the
average egg of a hen; while those of the little screech owl, elf owl, and ground or
burrowing owl ... Yellow Owl During the winter, owls seldom migrate because
Author: Christian Liberty Press
Publisher: Christian Liberty Press
This book provides supplemental reading for students who want to learn more about animals. Interesting illustrations and helpful chapter comprehension questions are included with this reader. Grade 4.
One evening as Hoot flew silently over a brush patch, a little rabbit suddenly
darted through the snow. ... yellow eyes. They stared at each other, unmoving,
and then the coyote's tongue showed between sharp teeth as he panted and
raised his ...
Author: Patricia J. Lengi
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Patricia Stalder Lengi was born in Omak Washington and grew up in Pine Creek Washington a community of farmers and ranchers in the foothills outside of Tonasket Washington 30 miles from the Canadian border. She attended a one room school house throughout grade school and for most of that time her mother was the teacher. She was the Valedictorian of her high school class and graduated from Washington State University with highest honors. She joined CIA and served overseas in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland and Egypt. She also lived two years in Germany with her husband before settling down in Virginia.
The great horned owl (Bubo virginianus), a common breeding species in the
state, is also a large owl but has rich brown plumage and yellow eyes. The ear
tufts of great horned owls may not be noticeable in flight, making them appear
round-headed like a barred owl. The call of the great horned owl is a melancholy
hoo-hoo-hoo. ... from human habitation and had little or no forest clearings or
trails (Bosakowski 1987). In southern New Jersey, barred owls inhabit both
Author: Bruce E. Beans
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
"Endangered and Threatened Wildlife of New Jersey" is a richly illustrated color guide to the state's 73 most imperiled species, from bobcats to bobolinks, shortnosed sturgeons to loggerhead turtles, frosted elfins to triangle floaters, blue whales to American burying beetles.
Hens and Bullets, Golden Seabright Bantams, mated with very small Cockerel,
$2.50 for OLIVER D. SCHOCK, Hamburg, Berks County, Pa. ... a lot of firstclass
Fancy Pigeons, a new Light Harness, for a firstclass Amateur Printing Press,
complete, or good offers. ... L. FISH, New Bedford, Mass., will exchange 1 pair of
Blue, Silver or Yellow Owls for fancy £ and Red Pyle or Black, Red Game Bantam