This tawny owl was one of the most convenient subjects for a sculpture because it visited our family house regularly for several months. It would often perch on a nearby outbuilding, making it easy to study from the kitchen window. Also, someone living nearby had rescued a female tawny owl which had been hit by a car. From this bird, I was able to get a lot of close-up detail of the complicated arrangement of feathers around the beak area and also of the talons.
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