The next day, the Seattle Times reported that the snowy owl had moved 22 miles north.
The snowy owl inhabits the north of Europe, but is sometimes seen in more southern regions.
"If you are ready to have me," replied the snowy owl, laughing.
This supporting bulk was lined first with stems of new yellow grass, and then with white down feathers of the snowy owl.
Was this the snowy owl, gentle and friendly, beloved of all?
But now the snowy owl wiped away her tears in good earnest, and spoke in her own cheerful tones.
To move would be to give himself away to Whitey the snowy owl.
I learned the wisdom of this advice in connection with the first snowy owl I had ever met outside a museum.
When Whitey the snowy owl swooped at him and so nearly caught him, he was not afraid as he dodged this way and that way.
Among the birds are found some species now only living in cold countries, such as the snowy owl, willow grouse, and flamingo.