Enhance your home with these fabulous pieces of owl art and top quality photographic wall prints. As well as the lovely prints shown on this page we also feature finely detailed 19th century artistry with Owl Prints by John James Audubon, plus a wide variation of different styles and types of art which you can check out through the hyperlinks at the bottom of this page.
Funny Owl I
Funny Owl III
Funny Owl II
Funny Owl III
Funny Owl II
The Cuties and Pals OWL1000 Pipi the Owl Luggage Set
The luggage set includes a cute owl-shaped trolley and a matching backpack. This lovable brown luggage set helps kids to learn how to prepare themselves for travel and is lightweight enough for them to carry.
- Sturdy hardshell
- Meets airline carry-on restrictions
- Two (2) wheeled
- Fully-lined with logo print
- One (1) zipped compartment
- Convenient garment straps
- Dual opening zip pulls
- Two (2) section telescopic aluminum handle with push button
- Materials: Polycarbonate⁄ ABS
- Dimensions: 17 by 12.5 by ten in.
- variable padded arm straps
- Fully lined with authentic logo print
- An elasticated pouch
- Two (2) zip opening pulls with top lift handle
- Materials: Polycarbonate⁄ ABS nylon
- Color: Yellow
- Dimensions: 13 by 11 by 5 in.
- Handle: variable two (2) station telescopic pulling handle
Pipi the Owl is wise in all things that are cute. Pipi is a marvellous travel pal who will always make his travel companions as wise as owls. Unlike other owls Pipi loves to travel during the day or at night so taking trips with Pipi is a real hoot whilst your kids wear the backpack and pull along the trolley.
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Owl Biting Man's Nose
Sea Green Owl
Pink Owl Branch
Great Horned Owl
Colorful Owl Bird Illustration
Owl Bird Geometric Illustration
Non-Embellished Vintage Owl
Messages from an Owl
When zoologist Max Terman came to the rescue of a marvellous horned owlet in a Kansas town park, he embarked on an adventure that would test his scientific ingenuity and lead to unprecedented observations of an owl&'&'s concealed life in the wild. In Messages from an Owl, Terman not only relates his experiences nursing the starving owlet, Stripey, back to health and teaching it survival skills in his barn, but also describes the anxiety and elation of letting a companion loose into an uncertain world. Once Terman felt that Stripey knew how to dive after prey, he set the owl free. At this point his story could have ended, with no clue as to what the young bird&'&'s fate would be--had it not been for Terman&'&'s experimentation with radio tags. By strapping the tags to Stripey, he actually managed to follow the owl into the wild and observe for himself the behavior of a hand-reared individual reunited with its natural environment.Through this unique use of telemetry, Terman tracked Stripey for over six years after the bird left the scientist&'&'s barn and took up residence in the surrounding countryside on the Kansas prairie. The radio beacon provided Terman with information on the owl&'&'s regular patterns of playing, hunting, exploring, and protecting. It enabled him to witness the moments when Stripey was bantered and mobbed by crows, when other owls launched fierce attacks, and when a prospective mate caught Stripey&'&'s eye. On occasional returns to the barn, the owl would follow Terman around as he performed chores, normally waiting for a handout.Until now, scientists have generally believed that an owl nurtured by humans becomes ill-adapted for meeting the challenges of life in the wild. Terman&'&'s research proves otherwise. Stripey surpassed all expectations by becoming a totally independent wild creature. With Terman, however, Stripey remained tame, allowing the author to explore something one rarely sees in owls: a warm interest in humanity. Terman engagingly re-creates this dimension of Stripey as he describes with humor and compassion the daily challenges of probing the life of a phantom winged tiger.Originally published in 1996.The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinctive backlist of Princeton University Press. These paperback editions preserve the original texts of these important books whilst presenting them in durable paperback editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
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Best Friends - Owl
Summer Owl Tree
The Owl And The Nightingale
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections like missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our ongoing commitment to the preservation of printed works throughout the world. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.
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Owl and Hedgehog
Owl and Elephant
Owl Looking at Snail
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