What Does The Owl Say?

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The Barred Owl is also known as the Hoot Owl and the Eight Hooter and the Rain Owl and the Wood Owl and the Striped Owl. Oh, my goodness, I think that’s all the adjectives and nouns that exist. We saw this sign at the Nature & Science Center and cracked up at the mating call of the barred owls:

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Who cooks for you? Who cooks for you all?  Is that a rhetorical question?

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Actually, where I live, it should be, “Who cooks for y’all?” But owls probably don’t have a regional dialect.

12 thoughts on “What Does The Owl Say?

  1. I have no idea what an owl says. All I can say is when I hiked from Indy to Santa Barbara the only thing I was concerned about was “Where’s the beef”.

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