EPPING — Jane Kelly held a barn owl named Guthrie as she stood in the snow outside her Epping farm. “If you fold his face in half it’s asymmetrical,” she said. “It’s amazing how they’re engineered. And owls have a third eyelid — it operates like a windshield wiper.”She added, “Doesn’t he look like Jay Leno, with the chin?”Kelly is enraptured by raptors. For five years she has been rehabilitating injured raptors and speaking about the birds in schools, libraries […]

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