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# Clue
1. Set up a clamor
2. Pussy-cat's shipmate
3. Temple football player
4. Boobook of Australia
5. Symbol of sagacity
6. "Wise" hooter
7. Emblem of Minerva
8. Boobook or ruru
9. Pussycat's poetic partner
10. Temple bird
11. One of the moreporks
12. A friend of Pooh
13. Pussycat's shipmate
14. Temple U. symbol
15. Temple's mascot
16. Temple U. mascot
17. Nocturnal predator
18. Screech or hoot follower
19. Ruru, e.g.
20. Ruru or boobook
21. Screecher
22. He does give a hoot
23. Barn resident (3)
24. Strigiform bird
25. Rice University mascot
26. Bird that gives a hoot
27. Mousehawk
28. Harry Potter's Hedwig, e.g.
29. Temple player
30. Rice University player
31. "Wise" bird
32. It may be spotted in the forest
33. Harry Potter's Hedweg, for one
34. Hogwarts postal carrier
35. "Whoo" caller
36. Night watcher
37. Symbol of Minerva
38. Harry Potter's messenger bird Hedwig, e.g.
39. Barn bird
40. Hogwarts letter carrier
41. "Whoo ... whoo ..." caller
42. "Wise" one
43. Low-flying bird
44. Temple University player
45. TripAdvisor spokesbird
46. The ___ House (Disney series)
47. Bird capable of rotating its head 270 degrees
48. Hooting hunter
49. Nocturnal flying predator
50. Pooh's feathered friend
51. Temple has a great horned one for a mascot
52. Pea-green boat rider
53. Athena associate
54. Barn denizen
55. Potter's Hedwig, e.g.
56. One was asked "How many licks does it take to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop?"
57. Athenian emblem
58. Temple mascot
59. Harry Potter's Hedwig, for one
60. Hogwarts messenger
61. Keats's "gloom-bird"
62. Quite a head-turner
63. Flier #3
64. Harry's Hedwig, for one
65. Mail deliverer in the wizarding world
66. Ron Weasley's Pigwidgeon, e.g.
67. TripAdvisor mascot
68. Predator in a barn
69. PARTLY GROW LIKE BIRD
70. BIRD THAT HURTS GERBIL'S TAIL
71. Avian friend of Pooh
72. Pussycat partner
73. The ___ and the Pussycat
74. Noiseless flier
75. Avian symbol of symbol
76. Pussycat partner of poem
77. Wise Potato Chips symbol
78. Pussycat's seafaring partner
79. Nocturnal one
80. Saw-whet
81. Spotted or barn
82. Predator that sleeps in the day
83. Wise bird
84. Bird seen with Mictlantecuhtli, the Aztec god of death
85. Bird stuffed in 17-Across
86. Catching one in a dream means you should be wary of bad company, supposedly
87. Horned ___
88. Horned hooter
89. Rice student
90. What big eyes it has
91. Word with elf or barn
92. Attendant of Athena
93. Friend of 15-Across
94. Fly-by-night type?
95. Wisdom symbol
96. Strigiform animal
97. Bird with binocular vision
98. Predator capable of 270-degree head rotation
99. One that gives a hoot
100. Woodsy, for one
101. Bird associated with Athena
102. Keeper of late hours, informally
103. Pea-green boat traveler
104. Forestland spokesfigure Woodsy
105. The House at Pooh Corner bird
106. Athena's attendant
107. Wide-faced bird
108. Certain screecher
109. Head-rotating bird
110. Nocturnal bird of prey
111. Woodland mouser
112. Real head-turner in the animal kingdom
113. Barn __
114. Hogwarts mail carrier
115. Flying nocturnal predator
116. Midnight mouser
117. Talkative "Winnie the Pooh" character
118. Big-eyed flier
119. Hermes, in the Potterverse
120. Screech __
121. Bird whose eye is in the Wise potato chips logo
122. Hundred Acre Wood know-it-all
123. Archimedes in "The Sword in the Stone"
124. Rice athlete
125. Fly-by-night sort
126. Pea-green boat passenger
127. The __ and the Pussycat
128. Night preyer
129. Pussy-Cat's suitor
130. Rodent-eating bird
131. Harry Potter pet
132. Supposedly wise bird
133. Fly-by-nighter
134. Seagoing bird of rhyme
135. Whoo caller
136. Pershing's ___ (nickname for the U.S. Army Band)
137. They're known for head-turning
138. The devil looks after his ___
139. Not lease, say
140. One who hardly gives a hoot?
141. Fifth-year exams at Hogwarts
142. Be undefeated against, in sports lingo
143. My ___ Private Idaho, 1991 film
144. They have rights
145. Totally dominating
146. Their necks can turn 270 degrees
147. Late-night fliers
148. Messengers at Hogwarts
149. Ones taking night flights?
150. Partner of operated
151. Flying nocturnal insect
152. Wise-looking
153. Hogwarts delivery system
154. Hogwarts' fifth-year exams, for short
155. Avian hooters
156. Birds whose heads can move 270آ°
157. Wise sorts
158. Pride : lions : parliament : ___
159. Real head-turners?
160. Hooter's location
161. Admit, with "up to"
162. Birds that hoot
163. Cable inits. popular with female viewers
164. Embrace fully
165. Didn't just rent
166. Birds that can turn their heads 270آ° in either direction
167. Corvine : crows :: strigine : ___
168. Creatures that can have asymmetrical ears, which aid in hunting
169. With all the hassle removed
170. Santana's " ___ Como Va"
171. Certain syllables of lament
172. Cries heard during a mishegas
173. Pound parts: Abbr.
174. Nitrous --
175. Nitrous _____
176. 'Blue Ribbon' beer
177. Shoes laced over the instep
178. Olive of 'Popeye'
179. Pearl holder
180. Bird feeding on parasitic ticks [2009]
181. 49-Across treatment brand
182. Olive -- (Popeye's gal)
183. Olive loved by Popeye
184. Another Brick in the Wall (___ II)
185. Bob Seger "Turn the ___"
186. Shangri-Las "Leader of the ___"
187. Richard Marx "___ Vacation"
188. Grant Lee Buffalo sang "Even" of these bovines
189. Tito Puente "___ Como Va"
190. Cries from Hasidim
191. Pearly gates?
192. Blue-ribbon beer
193. To each his _____
194. Wise old bird
195. Bird's equivalent of "Well...Son of a gun"
196. Immature hooter
197. It doesn't give much of a hoot!
198. Little wise ones
199. Like a nocturnal bird
200. Have as a subsidiary
201. Have title
202. Baby hooters
203. A type of clover
204. Flat-faced bird of prey
205. Friend of Tigger and Eeyore
206. It's said to be wise
207. Mail-carrying creature of Hogwarts
208. Tu-whit tu-whoo caller
209. Hooters symbol
210. One likely to give a hoot
211. Winged night stalker
212. Smart bird
213. Woodsy is one
214. Something spotted in a tree
215. Chipmunk snatcher
216. Deliverer of Hogwarts air mail
217. Hooter hiding in five answers of this puzzle
218. Pussycat's companion, in verse
219. Big-eyed barn bird
220. Big-eyed bird
221. Hogwarts flier
222. Message carrier at Hogwarts
223. Athena's feathered friend
224. Creature said to be wise
225. Feathered barn percher
226. Temple University athlete
227. Hooters restaurant emblem
228. Night predator
229. Round-faced bird
230. Messenger bird, in Harry Potter books
231. Wise logo
232. Barn or screech
233. Nocturnal bird
234. Snowy or lulu
235. Pussycat's friend
236. Screech, for example
237. Bird for Minerva
238. Symbol of wisdom
239. Wise hooter
240. Temple athlete
241. It gives a hoot
242. Night person
243. Nocturnal hunter
244. He gives a hoot
245. Barn resident
246. Screech, for one
247. Athena's symbol
248. Minerva's symbol
249. Symbol of Athena
250. Byrds hit?
251. Young screecher
252. Nocturnal preyers
253. Nocturnal newborn
254. Temple footballers
255. Nocturnal flier
256. Wise one
257. Pussycat's partner
258. Hundred Acre Wood resident
259. Bird of prey
260. Mouse hunter
261. Pal of Pooh and Piglet
262. Friend of Winnie the Pooh
263. It may be snowy or spotted
264. Night flyer
265. Noisy bird at night
266. A real fly-by-night
267. Hooter that may be found nesting in any of eight spots herein
268. Wise friend of Pooh
269. Pussycat's companion
270. Temple student
271. Night bird
272. Parliament member
273. Hedwig from Harry Potter, for one
274. Mouse catcher
275. Hooter
276. See 8-Down
277. Fly-by-nighter?
278. Hieroglyphic symbol for the ancient Egyptian "M"
279. Brood : chicken :: parliament : ___
280. Bird that hoots
281. Round-faced flier
282. Noted head-turner
283. Nighttime noisemaker
284. Harry Potter's pet Hedwig, e.g.
285. Pooh pal
286. Notable head-turner
287. Friend of Pooh
288. Antipollution mascot Woodsy ___
289. User of night vision
290. Minerva, symbolically
291. One who stays up late
292. Night stalker
293. Inspector General of U. S. Army (8)
294. Low manoeuvres by night-flyer
295. One who gives a hoot
296. Minerva's bird
297. A person of solemn appearance
298. Thornton Burgess' Hooty
299. He went to sea with a pussycat
300. "100 Acres Wood" resident
301. "Give a hoot! Don't pollute!" speaker Woodsy ___
302. "Harry Potter" letter-carrier
303. "Hooty " e.g.
304. "Horned" flyer
305. "I am like an ___ of the desert" (Psalms 102:6)
306. "Let's go out tonight / I have to go out tonight / You wanna prowl be my night ___? / Well take my hand we're gonna howl / Out tonight!" ("Rent" lyric)
307. "Snowy" creature
308. "The House at Pooh Corner" bird
309. "The ___ and the Pussycat"
310. "The ___ and the Pussycat" (1970)
311. "There shall the great ___ make her nest" (Is 34:15)
312. "Tu-whit tu-whoo" caller
313. "What a beautiful Pussy you are" speaker
314. "Whoo... whoo..." caller
315. "Wide-staring" one in a Wordsworth poem
316. "___ and the Pussycat" (lullaby)
317. A fly-by-night?
318. A pal of Pooh
319. A. A. Milne character who misspells his own name
320. Adam Young band ___ City
321. Airborne nocturnal predator
322. Animal in an Aesop fable
323. Animal that can turn its head 270 degrees
324. Animal that regurgitates pellets
325. Animal that took three licks to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop
326. Animal that was cut after one performance of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" because it went rogue and flew through the audience
327. Animal who took three licks to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop
328. Animal with intense eyes
329. Animal with outstanding night vision
330. Archimedes in "The Sword in the Stone " e.g.
331. Athena's bird
332. Athena's emblem
333. Athena's sacred animal
334. Athlete from Temple
335. Avian hooter
336. Avian pal of Eeyore
337. Avian symbol of wisdom
338. Bank takebacks
339. Barking ___ (Aussie bird)
340. Barn ___
341. Barn ___.
342. Barn animal
343. Barn creature
344. Barn dweller
345. Barn dweller that hoots
346. Barn hooter
347. Barn percher
348. Bedtime preyer?
349. Big-eyed raptor
350. Big-eyed scavenger
351. Bill Cosby in college
352. Bird
353. Bird comically drawn with spectacles
354. Bird companion to Minerva
355. Bird in TripAdvisor ads
356. Bird in a Hooters logo
357. Bird in a barn
358. Bird in a barnyard
359. Bird in the Harry Potter books
360. Bird of Minerva
361. Bird reputed to be wise
362. Bird sacred to Athena
363. Bird seen with Mictlantecuhtli the Aztec god of death
364. Bird such as Woodsy
365. Bird that can rotate its neck up to 270 degrees
366. Bird that can turn its head 135 degrees in both directions
367. Bird that eats Tootsie Pops
368. Bird that gives a hoot?
369. Bird that hoots at night
370. Bird that hunts at night
371. Bird that may be spotted
372. Bird that says "Give a hoot! Don't pollute!"
373. Bird that symbolizes death in many cultures
374. Bird that turns its head
375. Bird that was the symbol of Athena
376. Bird that's a Masonic symbol
377. Bird that's a real head-turner?
378. Bird that's a symbol of wisdom
379. Bird that's sometimes spotted
380. Bird with ear tufts
381. Bird with good night vision
382. Bird.
383. Boobook
384. Brainy-looking bird
385. Bright bird
386. Bubo or tyto
387. Camouflage expert in trees or snow
388. Catching one in a dream means you should be wary of bad company supposedly
389. Certain mouse catcher
390. Common pet in the "Harry Potter" series
391. Cosby in college
392. Creature of the night
393. Creature often drawn wearing a mortarboard
394. Creature that gives a hoot
395. Critter on a potato chip bag
396. Daytime sleeper
397. Duo for one
398. Eater of field mice
399. Emblem of Hooters
400. Evening preyer?
401. Fateful eatery in "L.A. Confidential " the Nite ___
402. Feathered predator
403. Feline's shipmate.
404. Flat-faced flyer
405. Fly-by-night operation?
406. Fly-by-night predator
407. Fly-by-night sort?
408. Fly-by-night?
409. Forest Service icon
410. Forest Service icon Woodsy
411. Forest hooter
412. Friend of Eeyore
413. Giver of a hoot
414. Great horned ___
415. Great horned ___.
416. Greek X
417. Harry Potter's Hedweg for one
418. Harry Potter's Hedwig
419. Harry Potter's Hedwig e.g.
420. Harry Potter's Hedwig for one
421. Harry Potter's is named Hedwig
422. Harry Potter's messenger
423. Harry Potter's messenger bird Hedwig e.g.
424. Harry Potter's pet Hedwig e.g.
425. Harry Potter's pet bird
426. Harry's Hedwig for one
427. He's up all night
428. Head-turner in a tree
429. Head-turning creature
430. Hedwig e.g.
431. Hedwig for example
432. Hedwig for one
433. Hermes in the Potterverse
434. Hogwarts bird
435. Hogwarts courier
436. Hogwarts mail carrier (3)
437. Hogwarts mail deliverer
438. Hogwarts message carrier
439. Hoot ___.
440. Hoot source
441. Hooter.
442. Hooters mascot
443. Hooters model?
444. Hooting bird
445. Hooting creature
446. Hooting flyer
447. Horned one
448. Hunter that gives a hoot
449. In literature Pussycat.s friend
450. Insomniac's spirit animal perhaps
451. Inspired The Who's name?
452. It gives a hoot really
453. It gives a hoot?
454. It likes the night life
455. It likes the nightlife
456. It may be spotted in a tree
457. It may whoop it up at night
458. It prefers the night life
459. It prefers the nightlife
460. It prefers the nightlife?
461. It really gives a hoot
462. Its head can rotate 270
463. Keeper of late hours informally
464. Lark's nocturnal counterpart
465. Letter carrier at Hogwarts
466. Little Big Town "Night ___"
467. Lucubrator.
468. Mail carrier to Hogwarts
469. Mail deliverer at Hogwarts
470. Mail deliverer in Harry Potter books
471. Mail-carrying bird in "Harry Potter" books
472. Maker of night flights
473. Many a hooter
474. Member of parliament?
475. Menace to mice
476. Messenger bird in Harry Potter books
477. Minerva symbolically
478. Mister Rogers's X for one
479. Mole hunter
480. Mouse catcher from above
481. Nearly silent flyer
482. Night ___
483. Night ___ (person who stays up late)
484. Night ___.
485. Night avian
486. Night flier
487. Night hooter
488. Night hooter.
489. Night hunter
490. Night person.
491. Night screecher
492. Night sky wiseguy
493. Nighttime bird
494. Nighttime flier
495. Nighttime hunter
496. Nighttime screecher
497. Nocturnal bird.
498. Nocturnal creature
499. Nocturnal hooter
500. Nocturnal observer
501. Nocturnal raptor
502. One giving a hoot?
503. One in a pen
504. One might give a hoot
505. One of Pooh's pals
506. One of two Lear characters who "went to sea in a beautiful pea-green boat"
507. One that gives a hoot?
508. One who gives a hoot?
509. One who whoops it up at night?
510. Organic rodent-control device
511. Pal of Pooh
512. Pet for Harry Potter
513. Pooh Corner bird
514. Pooh's adviser
515. Pooh's wise friend
516. Potter bird
517. Potter's Hedwig e.g.
518. Predator of mice
519. Predator with a 270-degree head rotation
520. Purdue's mascot
521. Pussy-cat's poetic partner
522. Pussycat's boat mate
523. Pussycat's boatmate
524. Pussycat's companion in an Edward Lear poem
525. Pussycat's companion in verse
526. Pussycat's film partner
527. Pussycat's mate
528. Pussycat's mate on a boat
529. Pussycat's shipmate.
530. Raptorial bird
531. Real head-turner?
532. Resident of the Hundred Acre Wood
533. Rice University mascot Sammy e.g.
534. Rodent foe
535. Ron Weasley's Pigwidgeon e.g.
536. Ron Weasley's Pigwidgeon for one
537. Ruru e.g.
538. Sagacity symbol
539. Sammy the Rice mascot for one
540. Saw whet for one
541. Screech ___
542. Screech producer
543. Screech source
544. Screech e.g.
545. Screech for example
546. Screech for one
547. Sea-going bird.
548. Serenader on a pea-green boat in rhyme
549. She preys at night
550. Silent flier
551. Smart flyer
552. Snowy ___
553. Solitary flier
554. Something "spotted" in a tree
555. Something spotted in a tree?
556. Strigine bird.
557. Strike a bird pose for as long as possible in a public place
558. Supposedly wise animal
559. Symbol of wisdom.
560. Temple guard for one?
561. Temple or Rice player
562. The Dead Kennedys' "I Am the ___"
563. The Who's favorite bird?
564. Tigger's know-it-all friend
565. Tootsie Pop ad creature
566. Tootsie Roll Pop biter
567. Tootsie Roll Pop biter in a classic ad
568. Tootsie Roll licker in old commercials
569. Tu-whit tu-whoo bird.
570. Weird sounding forest bird
571. What Hoots is on "Sesame Street"
572. What the mechanical bird Bubo resembles in "Clash of the Titans"
573. Wide-eyed predator
574. Winged symbol of wisdom
575. Wise Potato Chips bird
576. Wise bird allegedly
577. Wise bird.
578. Wise guy
579. Wise model
580. Wise resident of the 100 Acre Wood
581. Woodsy --
582. Woodsy e.g.
583. Woodsy for one
584. X in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe
585. X of Twitch's "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" marathon e.g.
586. ___ City
587. ___ Things Considered (bird blog)
588. ___ exams (tests at the end of a student's fifth year at Hogwarts)
589. Friend of Pogo
590. Hedwig from the "Harry Potter" series
591. Bill Cosby, in college
592. Horned flyer
593. Parent of 53-Across
594. Temple varsity
595. Goggle-eyed
596. Baby boobook
597. Control
598. In literature Pussycat.s friend
599. Screeching baby?
600. Apprentice night stalker
601. It gives a little hoot
602. Forest fledgling
603. Billie Holiday classic?
604. Good mousers
605. Baby screecher
606. Little hooter
607. Avian baby
608. Hogwarts birds
609. Barn nestling, perhaps
610. Barn hatchling
611. Had
612. Mouse catchers
613. Have
614. Have title to
615. Have the rights to
616. Big-eyed baby
617. Nocturnal fledgling
618. Part of B.Y.O.B.
619. Titleholder
620. Acknowledge
621. Admit, with "up"
622. Mail deliverers at Hogwarts
623. Big-eyed birds
624. Possessed
625. Hooters
626. Have the title to
627. Trot or canter
628. The yoke's on them
629. Conductor Seiji
630. Bleaching agent
631. Popeye's Olive
632. Ultraviolet ray blocker
633. Novelist Cynthia
634. Admit (to)
635. Daisy variety
636. Yak pack
637. Plow beasts
638. Rust or lime
639. Sky pilot
640. ___ Alto
641. 72, at Pebble Beach
642. Temple team
643. Part of BYOB
644. Have and hold
645. Control, in a way
646. Dominate, so to speak
647. Had title to
648. Comes clean
649. Wise ones
650. Wise
651. Baby hooter
652. They fly by night
653. Two residents of the Old Man's beard, in a Lear verse
654. What some barn nests may hold
655. Baby monitor brand with a big-eyed logo
656. Hooting birds
657. Baby bird
658. Future hooter
659. What Hoots is, on "Sesame Street"
660. Baby bird of prey
661. Newborn with big eyes
662. Mind your ___ business!
663. Scholarly-looking
664. Possess
665. Old law hearing.
666. Young birds.
667. Acknowledge.
668. Thornton Burgess' Hooty.
669. Young bird of prey.
670. Afterhours trolley.
671. Nocturnal one.
672. Young bird.
673. Birds of prey.
674. Hooters.
675. Night flier.
676. Wise ones.
677. Big-eyed and solemn.
678. Birds.
679. See 36-Across
680. Snowy bird
681. Night __
682. See 12-Down
683. Player for Rice or Temple
684. Nighthawk's relative
685. Tu-whit tu-whoo bird
686. Strigine bird
687. Lucubrator
688. Hoot ___
689. Feline's shipmate
690. Sea-going bird
691. Messenger bird in the Harry Potter books
692. Horned or Snowy bird
693. Parliament member?
694. Low-flying hunter
695. 'Give a hoot! Don't pollute' animal
696. 'Wise' bird
697. Talkative “Winnie the Pooh” character