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Molly & McGee: The World's Most Famous Barn Owls

by Eric Blehm

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When a wild barn owl and her mate decided to nest in a suburban neighborhood, the remarkable tale of Molly and McGee began. The owls' home, a wooden box with a camera inside, put up by Carlos and Donna Royal in their Southern California backyard, became the setting for a real-life story of love, danger, mystery - and ultimately, the triumph of a family.... Relying on his ears, intuition, timing, and a bit of luck, Carlos learned to anticipate the owls' flights in the pitch black night, brilliantly documenting - with more than ten thousand stunning photographs - the life and times of this famous barn owl family. Carlos chose his favorite hundred images for this book, a photographic gallery illuminating the dark world of these remarkable winged predators, which have evolved and survived since prehistoric times.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:48 -0400)

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