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Naxos Music Library 

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Pop Culture

United States Department of Agriculture. Forest Service. "Woodsy Owl PSA Collection, 1965-1985." Internet Archive. Uploaded 2013. 

"Classic Tootsie Roll Commercial - How Many Licks." Tootsie Roll. Uploaded 2012-08-15.

"Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole."  Wikipedia. Last Modified 2022-12-06.

"Disney A to Z: Professor Owl." D23. Disney. Accessed 2023-01-05. 

"Owl Things Considered." Last Modified 2017-07-25.

"Harry Potter - Hedwig Theme." Internet Archive. Uploaded 2015.


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