We could all learn a thing or two from this guy.
The owls are planning something. We’re not sure what, but it’s not going to be good.
Sadly bearing no letters from Hogwarts.
And it’s a truly splendid pastime.
The book store is trialling an owl delivery system just like in Harry Potter. It’s totally real. Totally.
Well done, Kotaku, for identifying this amazing trend.
Even owls go through puberty. And it’s just as awkward as you remember.
By Dave Mott.
Sassy Sword in the Stone owl Archimedes has a lot to say about this, through the magic of gifs.
Who doesn’t look a good interspecies friendship?
Statistically speaking, owls are the most degraded of birds. But why must they suffer such indignities as these?
Quit groaking me, you slubberdegullion.
The biggest website for birdwatchers is having major privacy issues. Privacy for the birds, that is, not the humans.
Resistance is futile.
Who knows? A Johns Hopkins physician, and now, you!
Photographer Annie Marie Musselman’s touching series of photographs taken at Sarvey Wildlife Care Center. (via petapixel.com)
What is even the point of these owlstagrams, anyway?
A new study shows gender may influence how good we are at recognizing certain objects. Test your own recognition skills below.
See, even owls have pushy parents that make them do things they don’t want to do. Poor Bob.
This makes perfect sense.
It’s that time of year again where the owls start to feel neglected and begin to eye your tiny, yellow chicks. Don’t let the owls feel neglected.
Poor sad owl is very, very sad. :(
For future reference, an owl’s favorite piece of playground equipment is the swing set. Here is some evidence.
I would say that I totally want one, but I’m not really into tennis. Tennis or horribly sharp talons. (via tastefullyoffensive.com)
This is either adorable or terrifying. You be the judge.
Well I never wanted to sleep again anyway. Any animal that can do an Exorcist impression without dying is nothing but evil incarnate.
Burrowing owls just may be the best of all owls. This footage of a very active family of nine burrowing owls, including seven nestlings, was filmed as part of a conservation project by the San Diego Zoo. (via sandiego.com) Watch Video ›
I wish I could attain this level of chill.