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Owls: Masters of the Night

By Polly Conway, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Resilient birds and their habits showcased in mellow docu.

Movie PG 2020 50 minutes
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This slow-paced but interesting documentary explores the lives of owls. The most compelling part of this docu is simply the footage of the owls themselves; they're beautiful creatures and captured well by the cameras here. It's also interesting to learn how adaptable owls are; their ability to thrive in almost any environment is inspirational in its own way. Bird lovers will enjoy seeing these intense creatures live on their own terms.

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