Owl, a nocturnal bird is a symbol of wisdom.
Even Harry Potter has one.
via lifestyle.iloveindia.com Owl is a bird of prey i.e. it hunts other living creatures for the purpose of obtaining food. The most common preys of an owl are small mammals, insects and other birds. It usually has a large, round head, along with forward-facing eyes. The sharp, downward-facing beak of an owl, along with its cryptically colored plumage, makes it easily distinguishable from other bird species. Owls can be found inhabiting all the continents of the world, with the exception of Antarctica. In case you want to know more about owls, make use of the interesting and amazing information that has been provided in the following lines. Read more.
This picture captures the owl who unfortunately crashed into the window.
Rest assure the owl was fine. but what is left is amazing print of the bird.
via thesun.co.uk A woman returned from vacation to discover the imprint of an owl on her window. Resident Sally Arnold reports the bird was not found nearby so it was likely not harmed in the incident. The image was created due to “powder down” which is a protective substance on new feathersThe image — complete with eyes, beak and feathers — was found by Sally Arnold at home in Kendal, Cumbria, England. Read more.
Owl are popular too.
Which lead to a new Internet fad.
via timesofindia.indiatimes Owling, believed to have started in Australia, consists of nothing more taxing than crouching on one’s haunches and staring into the middle distance like the nocturnal birds.
Participants then take photos of themselves and post them on Facebook or on other social networking sites, reports the Daily Mail.
Hundreds of young people in America, Australia and now, Britain, have taken up the new ‘owling’ craze.
The trend is a development of the popular craze of ‘planking’ in which people would take pictures of themselves lying face down in strange locations.Read more.