Cute Owl Bobs and Hoots (Video)

This owl has the biggest eyes, the smallest head, and the cutest hoot! Watch this little owl hang out and get an enjoyable pat on the head.

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115 comments

Glennis Whitney
Glennis Whitney12 months ago

Awesome owl, awesome eyes, just made my day more awesome. Thank you for caring and sharing.

Glennis Whitney
Glennis Whitney12 months ago

Really cute, Thank you for caring and sharing.

Naomi Dreyer
Naomi Dreyer12 months ago

"It is not only their fellow human beings that the beloved of God must treat with mercy and compassion, rather must they show forth the utmost loving-kindness to every living creature.'' From the Baha'i writings. Investigate the Baha’i Faith www.bahai.org

Julia Oleynik
Julia Oleynik1 years ago

Thank You for sharing:)

Nickihermes Celine
Past Member 3 years ago

clever,thank you for sharing

Val M.
Val M.3 years ago

Thanks

Ryan Yehling
Ryan Yehling3 years ago

Owls are the Taj.

Sonali Ghosh
Sonali G.3 years ago

That was more like a 'meaow!'

Dianne D.
Dianne D.3 years ago

Very cute owl. I have a great horned owl that sits on my neighbors roof and looks into my backyard where my cats are. They have a cattery in my backyard and when I first discovered the owl, I immediately put a lid on the cattery for their safety. Have not lost a cat. The cats can go in and out of the house but spend most of their time in the cattery, which takes up most of the backyard.

Rosemary H.
Rosemary H.3 years ago

I promised the story behind my encounter with Gandalf the owl.

No-one knows the story behind the bird in this video, and we don't even know if he's in the US or not. Linda told us plenty about owls in educational programmes in the States. I discovered why owls like this are in captivity here in the UK.

Owls are apparently very easy to breed in aviaries, to the point where there are release programmes for species that have become rare in the wild, if there is good safe habitat to release them into. And if the habitat is threatened, the more aviary birds there are in the right hands, the less the risk of inbreeding, so the species has the best possible chance in the wild if release becomes possible in the future.
 
Trouble is, some greedy irresponsible breeders don't check what sort of homes the birds they breed go to. I believe it is illegal to own a pet owl in the US, but very sadly not here. Oh dear... some idiots need throttling (understatement!)... I simply cannot imagine how anyone can buy any kind of animal without first finding out how to care for it!!!