My A to Z Blogging Challenge

Alphabetical inspiration and motivation for bloggers

O is for Owl

Raani York:

The next letter in my A-Z blogging challenge is due. I chose “O” for owls.

What a beautiful and fascinating bird!

Originally posted on raaniyork:

I LOVE OWLS. They’re absolutely beautiful and even can become very tame and affectionate towards people. I don’t say it should be like this, but unfortunately it is. Still: please accept the fact that Owls are Wild Birds and need to live a nocturnal life out in the forests or mountains, where they belong.

In particular “Harry Potter” has damaged Owls’ reputation, giving children the impression that Owls can be held as pets and don’t need much else than pumpkin juice and nuts.

Very wrong. Owls are meat eaters and they hunt at night. Let’s see what we can find out about Owls:

Tawnyowl03Owls, birds of the orderStrigiformes, include about 200 species of mostly solitary and nocturnalbirds of prey typified by an upright stance, a large, broad head, binocular vision and binaural hearing, and feathers adapted for silent flight. Exceptions include the diurnal Northern Hawk Owl

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About Raani York

Raani York has been a High Volume writer for many years. She has published articles, letters, short stories, poems, continuation stories and descriptions of all kinds. She also writes novels, of which you can find some on her website Raani has been educated in Switzerland and in the U.S. - She works as a High Level Executive Assistant and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration. She also obtained Diplomas in Graphic Design, Color Studies and won a prize as a Logo Designer. She speaks four languages and several dialects. Raani York works and lives in Switzerland and the U.S. and travels a lot. She likes her readers being entertained with her work and is always happy to read emails from people. Besides her work Raani likes reading, Martial Arts, skiing, Horseback riding, skydiving and sometimes plays the classical piano.

2 comments on “O is for Owl

  1. Raani York
    July 19, 2014

    Thank you very much for this wonderful compliment. I’m happy you liked the post. :-)

  2. Raani York
    July 24, 2014

    Thank you very much for this enthusiastic compliment. It made me smile and happy to find out that the research and time invested into these articles are appreciated. :-)

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