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A - To move quickly around the room
B - To guess an answer
C-
An open space in the woods or a forest
D – To make something very clean
A - To move quickly around the room
B - To guess an answer
C-
An open area in the woods or a forest
D – To make something very clean
A - A drawing on the sidewalk
B - A repeated sound
C-
A dark place in the woods
D – A friend in class
A - A drawing on the sidewalk
B - A repeated sound
C-
A dark place in the woods
D – A friend in class
A - The light in a tunnel
B - Acting silly or foolish
C-
The name of an owl
D – Dark or shaded areas
A - The light in a tunnel
B - Acting silly or foolish
C-
The name of an owl
D – Dark or shaded areas
A - Moved up and down
B - Swirling something around in a circle
C-
Sitting quietly
D – A group of trees that grow together
A - Moved up and down
B - Swirling something around in a circle
C-
Sitting quietly
D – A group of trees that grow together
A - Looking for owls
B - Sitting quietly
C-
Moving around the room
D – A group of trees that grow together
A - Looking for owls
B - Sitting quietly
C-
Moving around the room
D – A group of trees that grow together
A - A large city
B - The name of an owl
C-
Moving around the room
D – An area of grassy land
A - A large city
B - The name of an owl
C-
Moving around the room
D – An area of grassy land
CLEARING -
An open area in the woods or a forest
ECHO -
A repeated sound
SHADOW -
Dark or shaded areas
PUMPED -
Moved up and down
OWLING MEADOW -
Looking for owls
An area of grassy land
A - Hunt at night and sleep during the day
B – Running from one place to another
C - Sitting in one spot for a long period of time
D – An open space in the middle of the woods
A - Hunt at night and sleep during the day
B – Running from one place to another
C - Sitting in one spot for a long period of time
D – An open space in the middle of the woods
A- A clear overing on the eye of an owl
B- claws
C- The round face of an owl
D - The part of a tree that an owl sits on
A- A clear overing on the eye of an owl
B- claws
C- The round face of an owl
D - The part of a tree that an owl sits on
A- An animal that hunts owls
B- A family that camps out in the woods
C- Being very mean to someone else
D - A group of
owlets
A- An animal that hunts owls
B- A family that camps out in the woods
C- Being very mean to someone else
D - A group of owlets
A - Where an animal lives and makes it’s home
B - Where people go to get groceries
C - The season after winter
D – To be awake at night and sleep during the day
A - Where an animal lives and makes it’s home
B - Where people go to get groceries
C - The season after winter
D – To be awake at night and sleep during the day
A - Hearing a sound over and over again
B - In danger of no longer existing
C - To move something up and down
D - The soft feathers of a young bird
A - Hearing a sound over and over again
B - In danger of no longer existing
C - To move something up and down
D - The soft feathers of a young bird
A - A Coughed up balls of fur and bones that owls cannot digest
B – A person who trains owls to land on their arm
C- A group of baby birds
D – To go looking for owls in the middle of the night
A - A coughed up ball of fur and bones that owls cannot digest
B – A person who trains owls to land on their arm
C- A group of baby birds
D – To go looking for owls in the middle of the night
A – A type of egg that many people eat for breakfast
B - The way an owl sits on a tree at night
C- The type of nest an owl will build in the winter
D - A hard spot on the tip of the beak used to break through
the egg shell when hatching
A – A type of egg that many people eat for breakfast
B - The way an owl sits on a tree at night
C- The type of nest an owl will build in the winter
D - A hard spot on the tip of the beak used to break through
the egg shell when hatching
A – Another name for baby owls
B – A name for the fur ball the owls cough up when eating
C – A secret place owls meet at night
D - The name for the feathers of an owl
A – Another name for baby owls
B – A name for the fur ball the owls cough up when eating
C – A secret place owls meet at night
D - The name for the feathers of an owl
A - The foot of an owl
B – An owl with a heart shaped face
C - Soft feathers of young birds
D – The tip of an owl’s beak
A - The foot of an owl
B – An owl with a heart shaped face
C - Soft feathers of young birds
D – The tip of an owl’s beak
A - Too many of something in one place
B - In danger of no longer existing
C - A group of owls that fly from one place to another all together
D - An owl with a round face
A - Too many of something in one place
B - In danger of no longer existing
C - A group of owls that fly from one place to another all together
D - An owl with a round face
NOCTURNAL - Hunt at night and sleep during the day
TALONS -
claws
BROOD -
A group of owlets
HABITAT-
Where an animal lives and makes it’s home
ENDANGERED - In danger of no longer existing
PELLETS - A coughed up ball of fur and bones that owls cannot digest
EGG TOOTH -
A hard spot on the tip of the beak used to break through the
egg shell when hatching
OWLETS - Another name for baby owls
DOWN - Soft feathers of young birds
ENDANGERED - In danger of no longer existing
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