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Emily and the Snowy Owl
Emily and the Snowy Owl
Emily and the Snowy Owl
Emily and the Snowy Owl
Emily and the Snowy Owl
Emily and the Snowy Owl
Emily and the Snowy Owl
Emily and the Snowy Owl
Emily and the Snowy Owl
Emily and the Snowy Owl
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Emily and the Snowy Owl

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  • 1. Snowy Owl By Emily
  • 2. Snowy Owls like to eat: fox fish mice geese lizards rabbits squirrel bird frog
  • 3. The snowy owl lives in Canada
  • 4. The Snowy owl’s habitat is the Arctic
  • 5. Large owl hawk raccoon weasel Predators of Snowy Owls are…
  • 6. Snowy owls are covered in white feathers. The feathers help the Snowy Owl blend in with the snow. The feathers help protect it from the cold.
  • 7. They can swallow their food whole. They can turn their heads almost all the way around They have razor sharp talons Three things Snowy Owls can do
  • 8. Snowy Owls get away from danger by blending in with the snow and ice and fighting back.
  • 9. 1. They have good eye sight. 2. Their hearing is very good. 3. They are 20 to 28 inches tall and have a wingspan of 4 to 5 feet. 4. They have yellow eyes and black beaks. 5. Their feathers cover their legs and feet. 5 things about Snowy Owls
  • 10. THE END

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