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Pueo, Hawaiian owls, are an endemic subspecies of short-eared owl thought to have colonized the Hawaiian Islands after the arrival of Polynesians. Unlike most owls, pueo are active during the day, often seen flying or hovering over open areas. Males perform elaborate aerial displays known as "sky dancing" to draw the attention of prospective mates.
  • By Marian Berger
  • Blank notecard with envelope
  • Dimensions: 4"x 5 1/2"
  • Ballpoint pens are recommended for writing inside this card
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