Snowy Owls of the Tundra
Unlike other owls, snowy owls have feathers that cover their legs and feet to keep them warm in the freezing tundra. They have sharp beaks and claws to help them catch lemmings, mice, and rabbits. Readers learn about the lives of these fascinating birds through engaging text and striking photographs. They explore common elementary science curriculum topics, including predator-prey relationships and adaptations, in an accessible, exciting way.