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Tiny owl books flight to wing of BPL

Patrons, staff check out bird before it flies coop

By Susie Davidson
Globe Correspondent / April 18, 2004

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The owl made a wise choice. Or so it would seem. The northern saw-whet picked a perch on a ledge in the Boston Public Library's third-floor Sargent Gallery appropriately near a bust of Athena, the ancient Greek goddess of wisdom, whose symbol is an owl. The small brown-and-white bird, about the size of a soda can, was a visitor in ... (Full Article: 745 Words)

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