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 Wisconsin Nature Notes 
 Regular Show
 Wisconsin Nature Note  
Wisconsin’s smallest owl—the saw-whet owl, which weighs less than a small cell phone—is also the loudest. Described as “having the attitude of a female golden eagle packed into a tiny body,” the saw-whet can take down prey as large as a squirrel. Hear more about these fierce hunters on our podcast.

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00:04:30 English 2015-03-01
 Madison, Wisconsin USA
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WI Nature Notes - March - Saw-Whet Owls Small but Mighty  00:04:30  128Kbps mp3
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