Baby Owls Born On Window Ledge Stare Inside Office

April 17, 2018


This is a shot from the office of one of UCLA professor Michael Lens's colleagues of a group of baby owls that were born on the window ledge a few weeks ago and constantly stare into the office. Obviously, my favorite is the one on the left (closeup after the jump), because it's clearly the most special of the three. It kind of reminds me of the Weasley family's owl, Errol. I feel sorry for whoever's office that is though, because how are you supposed to get anything done when you're having such a hoot?! "You really are a dad now, aren't you GW?" I don't know how it could have happened! "Sex?" Ahahahahaha! "AHHAHAHAHAHAHA!" Okay that's enough.

Keep going for a closeup of owl numero uno.


Thanks again to becca b, who informed me owls are good luck, but owls that lay golden eggs are even luckier.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I always found owls to be a wee bit nightmarish. Even Muppet owls from Sesame Street and The Muppet Show. I was also terrified of Sam the Eagle... and I was worried that Moas still existed and were going to come and take me away (despite the fact I live in and have never left North America).

  • Mark

    He obviously doesn't own any cats...or maybe he does, and they are cowering on the other side of the house. :-D

  • Emmitt Morgans

    "This is a shot from the office of one of UCLA professor Michael Lens's colleagues"

    ...probably not too many cats allowed to live in too many offices at UCLA...

  • asdfadfs

    my neighbor had a similar infestation of hawks, they attacked him. same with the magpies, and the crow nest.

    but honestly i think birds just hate him in particular. you're probably going to be fine

  • Elvira Kozhevnikov

    I am beyond jealous and wish that was my office. To be fair, I know I would not get anything done

  • Bling Nye

    It makes sense when you realize this is his colleague:

  • Jenness

    I'd be so into this. Who knows, he might end up having a special bond with them and they save his life one day!

  • TheQiwiMan

    Nope. I would move to a new place faster than you could ask "How many licks does it take to get to the tootsie-roll center of a Tootsie-Pop?"

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  • Megatron Jenkins

    Yours, maybe, mine takes five!

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