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May 15, 2019

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The Angry Baby Owl.

by derwombat

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Photograph by Etienne on Flickr
Even owls can have bad days! This baby owl has a feather sticking out and doesn’t look too pleased about it.
Owls, birds of the order Strigiformes, include about 200 species of mostly solitary and nocturnal birds of prey typified by an upright stance, a large, broad head, binocular vision and binaural hearing, and feathers adapted for silent flight.
via Picture of the Day: Angry Bird «TwistedSifter.
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  1. Debra
    May 13 2014

    Thank you. =D

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  2. Stolen Biro
    May 14 2014

    Owls are my all-time favourite birdies – I just love ’em – angry or not!

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  3. Nov 6 2015

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  4. aasupple
    Jan 12 2018

    I so enjoy your site! I never had owls in my experience until I encountered on during a walk in CT.. I was mesmerized! We looked at each other for an hour.

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    • Jan 12 2018

      They are great birds aren’t they?
      Cheers Rod

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  5. aasupple
    Jan 12 2018

    Your post of young owls came after another post from a Cuban friend”s music. The owls and the music were sublime! Such a new and happy experience!

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    • Jan 12 2018

      Great to hear keep enjoying.
      Rod

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