WHOOOOOO are you looking at? That’s OWL you can say?
The Owl represents knowledge, wisdom, and philosophy. It is a symbol of law and attorneys, and of graduations.
Its big eyes can “see everything.”
Open the card to a 3-D Great Horned Owl, also known as the Hoot Owl. It is an extremely adaptable bird with a vast range. It is easily recognizable because of the feather tufts on its head which resemble horns or cat ears. They are found in all of continental North America and much of South America.
Owls are generally solitary, but when seen together the group is called a “parliament” because of their wise disposition.
Baby owls are called owlet’s, and they look like cotton balls that grew a face.
Give this card to a wise friend, a lawyer, a judge, a politician. This is a celebration card for a high school or college graduation.
You’re a hoot.
Owl always love you.
I love HOO you are.
You’re a Night owl.
Love with OWL your heart.
What a Hoot!
Owl Eyes facts:
Owls huge eyes give them a look of wisdom. Their eyes weigh up to 5% of their bodyweight. That’s like us humans having eyes as big as baseballs.
Owls’ eyes are not true “eyeballs.” They are tube-shaped and completely immobile, providing binocular vision which fully focuses on their prey and boosts depth perception. This binocular vision means they see objects with both eyes at the same time, like humans do. So like us, they can see in three dimensions: height, width and depth. They are insanely good hunters!
Their necks have twice as many vertebrae as ours, so they can rotate their necks 270°, providing 360° degree vision.
They have three eyelids, one for blinking, one for sleeping, and a diagonal one that cleans like a windshield wiper. Owls have extra-large corneas and pupils, and heaps of rod cells, giving them exceptional night vision. But they have fewer cone cells, so they see very little color. Owls can’t roll their tubular eyes like we roll our spherical eyes. They can only look straight ahead!