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New Owl Pyrography Wood Bookmarks

  I've recently listed some new bookmarks in my  folksy shop  featuring various owls that can be found in the British isles. Owls are my happy place, if ever I'm having a gloomy day, and even when I'm not, I draw them obsessively. I'm lucky enough to see barn owls fly around hunting along the ditch sides around my home. I'm also lucky enough to have a little owl visit my garden. I mostly hear him, or her, but occasionally I get to see him perched on a fence post. They are amazing birds and I feel priviledged to have them around. They do drive my guinea fowl, Mr G, around the twist though. I'm sure they do fly-bys to annoy him so he won't go to bed! Tooty Hooty the asbo owl, who has been an infrequent visitor to my garden, is a tawny owl. I believe Tooty is a male, because they make the characteristic twit-twoo when they declare their territory. When he's in the garden I'm amazed how loud he is. All local owls definitely know he's about! If ever I

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