Burrowing Owl coloring fun!

A few months ago we were asked by the Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre if we could provide our Burrowing Owl coloring page to be included in their resource material kit. Naturally, we were very happy to oblige! The Centre kindly sent us this photo of a rather impressionistic coloring sheet making an appearance alongside some young visitors and a very special guest, George the Burrowing Owl.

Photo credit: Laurie Ewen www.sboic.ca

If you’ve colored in any of our Birdorable coloring pages, we’d love to see what you’ve done! For more Burrowing Owl fun, be sure to check out George's Blog!


Ashira on March 4, 2010 at 11:20 AM wrote:
That's too cute. ^_^ I love how George seems not to mind being touched by little fingers.
Laurie Ewen on March 5, 2010 at 8:47 AM wrote:
I was so excited to see my children on there! My son's favorite owl is "Trooper" so he did his interpretation of Trooper, complete with crickets (the blue dots at the top). The burrowing owl centre has been a godsend to my children, it has taught them so much, not only about the animals (including the 6 foot long bull snake they like holding, who lives in the aquarium with the "DO NOT TOUCH: sign on it) but also how to interact better with others, as they are very happy to give tours when we are visiting the centre! Georgie is very patient with children, has a funny sense of humour, and enjoys showing off for visitors!
Sarah on March 5, 2010 at 10:36 AM wrote:
Awww, how cute! :)
Linda Ewen on March 5, 2010 at 3:43 PM wrote:
Cute. So neat to see my grandkids there.

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