WOL Wednesday!

TJ writes, “Came across these anerable widdle wols in the pages of my favourite newspaper– thought they might be suitable for All Wol* Wednesday..? *It’s a Winnie the Pooh thing.”

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[*Note- All photos and hovers from The Guardian. -Ed.]

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Comments

  1. Sharon Wilson says:

    Little owls look just like burrowing owls! Are they related?

  2. First pic: Owl Force One coming in for a landing.

  3. grytlappar says:

    Owl # is so frickin’ adorable… I’m in loff.

  4. Hi Sharon, yes they are related. The owls in the UK newspaper are Little owls (Athene noctua) and the Burrowing owl that lives in parts of North and South American is Athene cunicularia.

  5. What ever that first one is focused on is doomed! All awesomely breathtaking.

  6. i love the self portraits set up 🙂

  7. Owls are awesome. How can they be so cute and look so intense at the same time?

  8. *Sings* Whooo are you .. who who who who ..

  9. The first picture shows that willpower conquers anything. Even gravity.

  10. They’re cute, but . . . that one striding along the top of the fence? I’d hate to see him headed my way. I would just know I was in BIG TROUBLE.