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Snowy Owl coloring page

snowy owl coloring pageAccording to the Farmers’ Almanac, the traditional name for the full moon in February is the Deep Snow or Hunger Moon. Some other places also refer to this month’s moon as the Wolf Moon. What is more iconic than a Snowy owl flying across a wintry sky to decorate this week’s coloring page?

It seems strange to look outside with this in mind and see the daffodils poking their heads out from the ground. Meanwhile in other parts of the country, the snow is deeper than it’s been in decades.

Here in Missouri, there’s been no real winter to speak of, it’s been more of an extended fall. To a North East native, I feel as if I’m waiting for the season to start. On the other hand, there is absolutely no reason why I can’t take my daily walk to the library and back.

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