It’s that time of year again, when birders and wildlife enthusiasts hope to catch a magical glimpse of a snowy owl. We have one for you! The gold cover shows a white owl on a tree branch. Open the card to see the owl’s large eyes and flat face up close, looking straight at you. The Snowy Owl is equal parts graceful beauty and efficient predator!
The Snowy Owl is a symbol of wisdom, patience, secrets, mystery and observance. It is considered to be a very magical creature. White is most often associated with purity, a desire for wisdom and pure unfettered knowledge.
Give this to a birder or nature lover, for graduation, Mother’s Day, birthdays, sympathy. Any bird lover will love this card. In Japanese the owl is a symbol of good fortune and good luck.
I love HOO you are.
Love with OWL your heart.
You’re a Night Owl.
Owl you need is love.
Harry Potter had a snowy owl call Hedwig.
Pronounced Fukuro in Japanese, owls are symbols of good fortune and luck in Japan. The reason for the popularity of owl lucky symbols all across Japan comes from the pronunciation of the Japanese word for owl. The word fukuro for owl is a synonym for “luck to come” : fu means luck, ku can mean to come and ro is a suffix used for boys’ names. In order words, fukuro, the symbol of the owl is a lucky charm to welcome good fortune. The word fukuro is also synonym for “fukurou” in Japanese which means protection from hardship or a lack of hardship or trouble. “Fu” meaning no, and “kurou” meaning hardship.
The baby owl chicks are called nestlings. When nestlings hatch, they are very small – about the size of a tangerine – and covered with small, soft, white feathers called down.