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Interesting - I'm thinking the town of Herrick could use a few hungry owls.


Maybe if you call and ask, the mayor of Newell would send you one!


Your article about the owls made me apprehensive about letting our Miss Kitty out at night, which she chooses to do on warm summer nights. When we were living in Arizona in a mobile park, cats were disappearing. An owl had taken up residence in one of those tall palm trees, evidenced by the poop at the foot of the tree. I was amazed that a bird like that would live in a highly congested city with the noise, smog and activity. Gardeners were hoping the owl would reduce the number of rabbits that raised havoc with their flowers and plants.

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