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I’ve been ordering the owl species in this series based on my experience with how common these species have been in my life. Your experience undoubtedly has been different! It would be a pretty dull world if we all walked the same path.

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My first two columns on the owls of Idaho covered a lot of the basic attributes of owls as a group. Over the next few columns, I want to look more closely at each of our fourteen species. Our owls differ in many ways, so there are a number of angles to take to figure out which species to address first, which second, and so on.