The World’s Largest Wet Owl Collection – Do owls like getting wet?

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No, owls aren’t waterproof.

According to Leigh Salvez in “The Hidden Lives of Owls” (Sasquatch Books, 2016), “they have shed the oil which protects other birds from the rain in place of soft feathers that are more valuable for stealthy hunting.”

It appears from these beautiful owls, however, that they do not want to soak under the rain, and that they were angry, miserable, and sad. Scroll down to enjoy their expressions of anger, misery, and sadness. If you like these Owls,  Check out these Owl Legs Pics

The World’s Largest Wet Owl Collection

Wet Owls - Greatest Gallery  No, owls aren't waterproof.  According to Leigh Salvez in "The Hidden Lives of Owls" (Sasquatch Books, 2016), "they have shed the oil which protects other birds from rain in place of soft feathers that are more valuable for stealthy hunting."  It appears from these beautiful owls, however, that they do not want to soak under the rain, and that they were angry, miserable, and sad. Scroll down to enjoy their expressions of anger, misery, and sadness.   The World's Largest Wet Owl Collection

Wet Owls - Greatest Gallery  No, owls aren't waterproof.  According to Leigh Salvez in "The Hidden Lives of Owls" (Sasquatch Books, 2016), "they have shed the oil which protects other birds from rain in place of soft feathers that are more valuable for stealthy hunting."  It appears from these beautiful owls, however, that they do not want to soak under the rain, and that they were angry, miserable, and sad. Scroll down to enjoy their expressions of anger, misery, and sadness.   The World's Largest Wet Owl Collection

Wet Owls - Greatest Gallery  No, owls aren't waterproof.  According to Leigh Salvez in "The Hidden Lives of Owls" (Sasquatch Books, 2016), "they have shed the oil which protects other birds from rain in place of soft feathers that are more valuable for stealthy hunting."  It appears from these beautiful owls, however, that they do not want to soak under the rain, and that they were angry, miserable, and sad. Scroll down to enjoy their expressions of anger, misery, and sadness.   The World's Largest Wet Owl Collection

Wet Owls - Greatest Gallery  No, owls aren't waterproof.  According to Leigh Salvez in "The Hidden Lives of Owls" (Sasquatch Books, 2016), "they have shed the oil which protects other birds from rain in place of soft feathers that are more valuable for stealthy hunting."  It appears from these beautiful owls, however, that they do not want to soak under the rain, and that they were angry, miserable, and sad. Scroll down to enjoy their expressions of anger, misery, and sadness.   The World's Largest Wet Owl Collection

Wet Owls - Greatest Gallery  No, owls aren't waterproof.  According to Leigh Salvez in "The Hidden Lives of Owls" (Sasquatch Books, 2016), "they have shed the oil which protects other birds from rain in place of soft feathers that are more valuable for stealthy hunting."  It appears from these beautiful owls, however, that they do not want to soak under the rain, and that they were angry, miserable, and sad. Scroll down to enjoy their expressions of anger, misery, and sadness.   The World's Largest Wet Owl Collection

Wet Owls - Greatest Gallery  No, owls aren't waterproof.  According to Leigh Salvez in "The Hidden Lives of Owls" (Sasquatch Books, 2016), "they have shed the oil which protects other birds from rain in place of soft feathers that are more valuable for stealthy hunting."  It appears from these beautiful owls, however, that they do not want to soak under the rain, and that they were angry, miserable, and sad. Scroll down to enjoy their expressions of anger, misery, and sadness.   The World's Largest Wet Owl Collection

Wet Owls - Greatest Gallery  No, owls aren't waterproof.  According to Leigh Salvez in "The Hidden Lives of Owls" (Sasquatch Books, 2016), "they have shed the oil which protects other birds from rain in place of soft feathers that are more valuable for stealthy hunting."  It appears from these beautiful owls, however, that they do not want to soak under the rain, and that they were angry, miserable, and sad. Scroll down to enjoy their expressions of anger, misery, and sadness.   The World's Largest Wet Owl Collection

Wet Owls - Greatest Gallery  No, owls aren't waterproof.  According to Leigh Salvez in "The Hidden Lives of Owls" (Sasquatch Books, 2016), "they have shed the oil which protects other birds from rain in place of soft feathers that are more valuable for stealthy hunting."  It appears from these beautiful owls, however, that they do not want to soak under the rain, and that they were angry, miserable, and sad. Scroll down to enjoy their expressions of anger, misery, and sadness.   The World's Largest Wet Owl Collection

Wet Owls - Greatest Gallery  No, owls aren't waterproof.  According to Leigh Salvez in "The Hidden Lives of Owls" (Sasquatch Books, 2016), "they have shed the oil which protects other birds from rain in place of soft feathers that are more valuable for stealthy hunting."  It appears from these beautiful owls, however, that they do not want to soak under the rain, and that they were angry, miserable, and sad. Scroll down to enjoy their expressions of anger, misery, and sadness.   The World's Largest Wet Owl Collection

Wet Owls - Greatest Gallery  No, owls aren't waterproof.  According to Leigh Salvez in "The Hidden Lives of Owls" (Sasquatch Books, 2016), "they have shed the oil which protects other birds from rain in place of soft feathers that are more valuable for stealthy hunting."  It appears from these beautiful owls, however, that they do not want to soak under the rain, and that they were angry, miserable, and sad. Scroll down to enjoy their expressions of anger, misery, and sadness.   The World's Largest Wet Owl Collection

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