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Local students learn owls' mysteries

Sisters Marin Rhodes, 11, Lillian Rhodes, 8, and Noelle Rhodes, 4, work on fashioning an owl.

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Three of Darcy Rhodes’ children were old enough to appreciate the beauty and mystery of the Masters of the Sky called owls Saturday at the Kansas Wetlands Education Center.
Marin, 11; Lillian, 8; and Noelle, 4; will be share stories with their younger brothers about Thurston, the Great Horned Owl from the Brit Spaugh Zoo; and Archie, a  Spotted Owl, from the zoo. Darcy deserves Mother of the Year honors for offering all five of her children a learning opportunity.
The program was designed for children 6 to 12, but Addison Moore, 3, was escorted by her grandmother Karen Winkelman ...

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