"Cape Coral Burrowing Owls Don't Hoot"
Wilmington, Delaware Nov 6, 2023 (Issuewire.com) - Cape Coral, Florida, is home to a unique community of Burrowing Owls. These pint-sized raptors have adapted to urban life, digging burrows in vacant lots and parks. They've become beloved symbols of wildlife coexisting with development, captivating residents and conservationists alike with their endearing and resilient presence.
Beverly Ahlering Saltonstall, author of the illuminating book, offers readers an unprecedented opportunity to delve into the world of Florida's most enigmatic birds, the Burrowing Owls of Cape Coral. This compelling non-fiction work reveals the captivating history of Cape Coral and the unique story of how these owls found their home.
As the only non-fiction book dedicated to Cape Coral's Burrowing Owls, Saltonstall's narrative is a treasure trove of knowledge about these intriguing birds. The book takes readers on an educational journey through the owls' diet, habitat, reproduction, senses, feathers, flight, and more. Even though Cape Coral may host as many as 3,500 Burrowing Owls, navigating the city's extensive 400-mile canal system can be a challenge, and discovering these elusive creatures can be equally elusive.
Saltonstall's book is a guide for anyone seeking to explore the enigmatic world of Cape Coral's Burrowing Owls. It offers valuable insights and practical advice for finding and observing these fascinating birds. Whether you're planning a visit or simply want to deepen your understanding of these creatures, this book unravels the mysteries of how every aspect of their anatomy serves the dual purposes of flight and sustenance.
Throughout the narrative, readers will encounter personal stories from the author that add a human touch to the lives of these remarkable birds. From quirky anecdotes to the odd discovery of a pair of ladies' underwear in front of a burrow, the book weaves together a rich tapestry of experiences, making it an engaging and informative read.
To further explore the captivating world of Cape Coral's Burrowing Owls and the unique insights shared in her book, Beverly Ahlering Saltonstall recently appeared on the popular show "America Tonight" hosted by Emmy Award-Winning author and broadcaster Kate Delaney. In addition, she was featured on the TV show "The Spotlight Network," hosted by Emmy Award-winning actor and broadcaster, Logan Crawford. These interviews offer an exclusive opportunity to learn more about the author's deep knowledge and passion for these remarkable birds.
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"Cape Coral Burrowing Owls Don't Hoot" is now available for readers who wish to embark on an extraordinary journey of discovery and understanding. Secure your copy from leading online book retailers, including Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Book Title: Cape Coral Burrowing Owls Don't Hoot
Author: Beverly Ahlering Saltonstall
Publisher: The Writers Tree
Represented by: Great Writers Media, LLC
Published Date: June 21, 2023
Book Genre: Nature Book, Wild Life Conservation, Ornithology, Non-Fiction, General Non-fiction, Cape Coral Owls, Florida Wildlife, Environmental Education, Environment, Education, Ecology, Birds
About the Author
Beverly Ahlering Saltonstall, proud author of "Cape Coral Burrowing Owls Don't Hoot," has dedicated over two decades to safeguarding the world's largest population of Florida Burrowing Owls in Cape Coral. Her passion for these unique birds ignited in 2000 when she discovered them in her new hometown. Responding to a call for help with the owl population, she played a key role in founding the Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife organization. As the Educational Outreach Chair, she's shared her extensive owl knowledge with schools, organizations, and associations. Her book, the only non-fiction work about Cape Coral's Burrowing Owls, delves into their history, diet, habitat, and more, providing a guide for enthusiasts and those intrigued by the owls. Personal anecdotes from the author add a unique touch.
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