On a cold January night in the Catskill Mountains, a great horned owl senses that winter will soon end, and he begins his annual courtship ritual.
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Grade 3-6-- The night of the January full moon comes alive in this new edition of a 1967 title. This story focuses on a great horned owl as its mating season begins. It is a solid work of nonfiction that offers information about the behavior of many of the animals that share the owl's habitat and special insight into the instinctual forces that drive him towards his mate. The content is not different from the earlier version, but the language is smoother and more visual; the illustrations are large, dramatic, and in full color; and the format is much cleaner with large typeface and plenty of white space. A useful index and bibliography are appended. --Susan Oliver, Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System
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