Great Gray in Flight
A great gray owl glides silently in search of prey. Tiny hooks, called barbules, lock feathers together so they will support a bird in flight. On the leading edge of owl wing feathers, barbules are fringed so owls may fly through the air silently. The Dakota Indians called the owl “hinhan”, which translates to “bird who hunts on hushed wings”.
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