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Eyes on Owls

"Eyes on Owls" brought several owls to show children, families and teachers at Sandown Central School on Tuesday as part of the school's "Life as an Owl" practices. Children at the school, which is part of the Timberlane Regional School District, whose mascot is the owl, are considered "Little Owls," who will grow up to be "Big Owls." Along the way, they are learning about safety, respect and responsibility in order to become leaders. They earn feathers each time they put into practice these principles. Marcia Wilson of "Eyes on Owls," left holds, a Eurasian Eagle Owl, one of the largest owls. Looking closely at the owl are, at far right, Elijah LaMonica and Chrissie Crocker. ( Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
"Eyes on Owls" brought several owls to show children, families and teachers at Sandown Central School on Tuesday as part of the school's "Life as an Owl" practices. Children at the school, which is part of the Timberlane Regional School District, whose mascot is the owl, are considered "Little Owls," who will grow up to be "Big Owls." Along the way, they are learning about safety, respect and responsibility in order to become leaders. They earn feathers each time they put into practice these principles. Marcia Wilson of "Eyes on Owls" with a Eurasian Eagle Owl, one of the largest owls. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
"Eyes on Owls" brought several owls to show children, families and teachers at Sandown Central School on Tuesday as part of the school's "Life as an Owl" practices. Children at the school, which is part of the Timberlane Regional School District, whose mascot is the owl, are considered "Little Owls," who will grow up to be "Big Owls." Along the way, they are learning about safety, respect and responsibility in order to become leaders. They earn feathers each time they put into practice these principles. Marcia Wilson of "Eyes on Owls" discusses the kestrel, a small falcon. This is a female. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
"Eyes on Owls" brought several owls to show children, families and teachers at Sandown Central School on Tuesday as part of the school's "Life as an Owl" practices. Children at the school, which is part of the Timberlane Regional School District, whose mascot is the owl, are considered "Little Owls," who will grow up to be "Big Owls." Along the way, they are learning about safety, respect and responsibility in order to become leaders. They earn feathers each time they put into practice these principles. Marcia Wilson of "Eyes on Owls" discusses the Great Horned Owl, which is an owl people would find in Ne Hampshire backyards, neigbhorhoods and forests. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
"Eyes on Owls" brought several owls to show children, families and teachers at Sandown Central School on Tuesday as part of the school's "Life as an Owl" practices. Children at the school, which is part of the Timberlane Regional School District, whose mascot is the owl, are considered "Little Owls," who will grow up to be "Big Owls." Along the way, they are learning about safety, respect and responsibility in order to become leaders. They earn feathers each time they put into practice these principles. Marcia Wilson of "Eyes on Owls" discusses the grey morph eastern screech owl, which can be seen in New England neighborhoods and forests. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
"Eyes on Owls" brought several owls to show children, families and teachers at Sandown Central School on Tuesday as part of the school's "Life as an Owl" practices. Children at the school, which is part of the Timberlane Regional School District, whose mascot is the owl, are considered "Little Owls," who will grow up to be "Big Owls." Along the way, they are learning about safety, respect and responsibility in order to become leaders. They earn feathers each time they put into practice these principles. Marcia Wilson of "Eyes on Owls" with a Eurasian Eagle Owl, one of the largest owls. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
"Eyes on Owls" brought several owls to show children, families and teachers at Sandown Central School on Tuesday as part of the school's "Life as an Owl" practices. Children at the school, which is part of the Timberlane Regional School District, whose mascot is the owl, are considered "Little Owls," who will grow up to be "Big Owls." Along the way, they are learning about safety, respect and responsibility in order to become leaders. They earn feathers each time they put into practice these principles. Doing a wing flap instead of applauding, are from left: kindergarteners Molly Devine and Eliana Lohnes, and preschooler Cedar Morgan. ( Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
"Eyes on Owls" brought several owls to show children, families and teachers at Sandown Central School on Tuesday as part of the school's "Life as an Owl" practices. Children at the school, which is part of the Timberlane Regional School District, whose mascot is the owl, are considered "Little Owls," who will grow up to be "Big Owls." Along the way, they are learning about safety, respect and responsibility in order to become leaders. They earn feathers each time they put into practice these principles. Marcia Wilson of "Eyes on Owls" with a Eurasian Eagle Owl, one of the largest owls. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
"Eyes on Owls" brought several owls to show children, families and teachers at Sandown Central School on Tuesday as part of the school's "Life as an Owl" practices. Children at the school, which is part of the Timberlane Regional School District, whose mascot is the owl, are considered "Little Owls," who will grow up to be "Big Owls." Along the way, they are learning about safety, respect and responsibility in order to become leaders. They earn feathers each time they put into practice these principles. Marcia Wilson of "Eyes on Owls" discusses the barn owl, which is not native to New England. This is a female. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
"Eyes on Owls" brought several owls to show children, families and teachers at Sandown Central School on Tuesday as part of the school's "Life as an Owl" practices. Children at the school, which is part of the Timberlane Regional School District, whose mascot is the owl, are considered "Little Owls," who will grow up to be "Big Owls." Along the way, they are learning about safety, respect and responsibility in order to become leaders. They earn feathers each time they put into practice these principles. Marcia Wilson of "Eyes on Owls" with a Eurasian Eagle Owl, one of the largest owls. It hoots regularly. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)