Wintertime at Wildlands Conservancy

Archimedes, a female Great Horned Owl, holds a chicken in her curved beak.  Animals of all types are cared for during a rainy damp Thursday in January at the Wildlands Conservancy in Emmaus. Most native Pennsylvanian animals do not hibernate. Most are opportunistic animals throughout the changing seasons.

( APRIL BARTHOLOMEW / THE MORNING CALL / January 27, 2012 )

Archimedes, a female Great Horned Owl, holds a chicken in her curved beak. Animals of all types are cared for during a rainy damp Thursday in January at the Wildlands Conservancy in Emmaus. Most native Pennsylvanian animals do not hibernate. Most are opportunistic animals throughout the changing seasons.

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