Discussion in 'U.K.' started by blindhobosam, Jan 20, 2005.
This is the thread that I have specially designed to be for impersonating owls.
I shall begin.
Thank you for that excellent contribution.
(Yes, that was it. I was just flying through, and owls don't make a sound as they fly)
*suspicious* woot is MY word! *gasp* did you steal my owl impersonation idea blindhobosam?
ok i wrote my above post before reading your reply to my big woooOOOot post lol. sincere apologies for my accusations!
its quite alright. and woot has always been a word i have used anyway
cooo cooo, im a pigeon owl!
and now, if you listen carefully you can faintly hear the tuhwit tuhwoooo...tuhwit tuhwooo
and if you listen even closer you can hear a ticking, a countdown of my sanity
hoo hoo hoooooo
you're in the lead for most original
what kind of owls are they then? o.o
The big black ones with the orange beaks...
mooo mooo moooo mooooo (the siberian waterowl, commonly preys on snakes)
The Big Black Orange Beaked Owl is a real owl which usually breeds in broadleaved woodland and forests and open parklands although occasionally they inhabit coniferous forests. Though woodland is their preferred habitat, they are adaptable and have even taken up residence in cities. The world distribution of Big Black Orange Beaked Owls (which do exist) extends throughout Europe and North Africa eastwards to Iran and western Siberia. The Asiatic range covers north-western India, the Himalayas, and southern China. In Europe the Big Black Orange Beaked Owl is the commonest and most widespread owl, and it is a real owl as well.
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