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Sibley Owl Note Cards | Boxed Assortment

$10.99
The renowned illustrations of David Allen Sibley. Eight cards with matching envelopes (two each of four styles).
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  • Includes 8 cards and matching envelopes (2 each of 4 styles)
  • Each card measures 3.5″ X 5″
  • Printed on recycled and recyclable paper
  • Includes high quality plastic box
  • Illustrated by David Allen Sibley, reproduced with highest quality printing
  • Owl illustrations: barn owl, great horned owl, long-eared owl, northern saw-whet owl. 

Details: 

  • Includes 8 cards and matching envelopes (2 each of 4 styles)
  • Each card measures 3.5″ X 5″
  • Printed on recycled and recyclable paper
  • Includes high quality plastic box
  • Illustrated by David Allen Sibley, reproduced with highest quality printing
  • Owl illustrations: barn owl, great horned owl, long-eared owl, northern saw-whet owl. 
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