For Your Eyes Only

If you get into a game of staredown with these guys, you’re bound to lose! The mismatched eye color is a condition known as “Heterochromia,” says Bored Panda.

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This Is Why They Invented GoPro Cameras

So you could record stuff like this. DANCING BEBEH BURROWING OWLS.

P.S. AND THIS ONE!!!

Oh Yes, THAT’S The Spot

[I’ll let you know when you’re done. Sometime tomorrow if that’s OK……]

From Maureen P.

Now That We’re All HERE, The Meeting Can Begin

Wait- did you say someone is missing? WHOOOOOOO might that be?

IT'S OWL GOOD

IT'S OWL GOOD

IT'S OWL GOOD

IT'S OWL GOOD
Eastern Screech Owls, as seen on Mail Online!

Happy Whoooooo Year

unnamedThis just in, from Peter G. at Providence Raptors: “Here are some photos of “Little Who,” an adorable Northern Saw-Whet Owl who was rescued by Tara Kissel. Driving home one night, Tara spotted the reflection of this tiny owl’s eyes as he lay in the middle of a four-lane highway. Here she is accepting the Oscar® for Bravest Owl Rescuer, then releasing the “Little Who” back to the wild after rehabilitation by the Wildlife Rehabilitators Association of Rhode Island and the Born To Be Wild Nature Center.”

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“It was obvious he had tried to fly across but was hit by a car and stunned. With no way out, this owl was doomed.”

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“But along came his guardian angel who pulled a u-turn, waited for a break in the traffic and ran out to scoop him up in her new Christmas sweater.”

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Q: What’s Warmer & Fuzzier Than A Sleepy Owl & Bun?

A: Nothing. Night night.

(Mashable.)

Fa La La La La, LA LA LA LAAAAAAAAAAA

ss-141204-twip-05.nbcnews-ux-1520-900From NBC News.com’s This Week In Pictures: “A small owl yawns as it sits in the snow in Ansung City, South Korea, on Dec. 4.”

*Captioning assist from Smedley.*

If I Didn’t Know Better…

..I’d almost swear this Bebeh Owl was one of those Animatronic types you see at Disneyland. Wow.

From Michele R.

WOL Wednesday!

f770c514-ffb2-4081-a8ff-bf88a96181d5-822x1020TJ 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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Gonna Be One Of THOSE Days

yawn[I can just feel it. Back inside the tree.]

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“This little pair of beauties are eastern screech owls that just started nesting in my parent’s backyard. My dad is a wildlife photographer, so he was ALL OVER that owl fluffiness. I love the one of the female yawning. Maybe one for a caption contest! If you could link to my dad’s site, that would be so awesome!”- Shorey M.

[Done! And thank you for sending. -Ed.]

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