Posts Tagged ‘Central American Owls’

This is the tenth blog in a series of owl-focused posts to promote Owl Light, my new YA-friendly collection of stories featuring owls. Each post features a mix of owl art, facts, folklore, quotes, and links to owlish sites. If you’re a fan of owls, or know someone whooo is, follow my blog, buy my book, and be kind to these beautiful birds.

Rush of Wings owl close up Owl art: A small rectangle of a larger painting called “Rush of Wings,” rather than a drawing from Owl Light. “Rush of Wings” was used as a page in a 2014 calendar of my speculative art published by Alban Lake Publishing.

Owl fact: An owl has 3 sets of eyelids: 1 for sleeping, 1 for blinking, and 1 to clean the eyeball and keep it healthy.

Owl saying: Even an owlet is beautiful in the eyes of its mother.

Owl folklore: People of the Lenape Native American tribe (named by Europeans: “Delaware Indians”), believed that if you dreamt of an Owl, it would become your guardian.

Owl link: If you want to know about North and Central American owls, Owling is the site for you,  and a video of a very vocal owl.

And, of course, here’s a buy link for Owl Light.
Or buy it from The Owl Pages and help out owls.

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