A group of owls is spreading wings across the United States and Canada as part of a new campaign.
The mazadas have been in existence since 2013.
They are spreading wings and are a good example of how birds can be a tool in a social organization.
The owls have been flying out of the forests in the Midwest, the southern plains in Texas, the western United States in Canada and Florida in Florida.
They fly over the Midwest and the southern Plains and they have spread wings across Canada, Florida and Ohio.
The birds have even made it to Canada.
The group has been working to spread the wings.
This year, they started by flying over Wisconsin, the northern half of Iowa, parts of Illinois, parts the Carolinas and parts of the Mid-Atlantic states.
They also have been spreading wings over parts of New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.