O is for Owl












If there was only going to be one white out of black layout, this should be it.  Finding the right narrow ‘O’ for the beak, compared to the rounder eyes should be fun. Placement on the page will again be important.

The Pygmy owl’s future is in grave danger because its habitat is being destroyed. Pygmy Owls used to be very common and could be found in Arizona from the New River north of Phoenix to the Mexican border. Now only around 50 remain in the state of Arizona.
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