|Date Added: February 10, 2011|
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Description: Remember yesterday when I said I had two owl lessons to upload? Well, this is the second one that I didn’t get a chance to submit yesterday because I was tired. Today I will be showing you "how to draw a snowy owl", step by step. The snowy owl is one of the prettier species of owl because they are all white in color and have incredible hunting instincts. One interesting fact about these owls is that the color of their feathers and or body. They are almost as white as snow which means they blend in like you wouldn't believe as they live their quiet lives in the Arctic region. Now even though the snowy owl is incredibly beautiful, did you ever wonder what makes the feathers so white? The answer to that question is simple; these owls have no pigment which means they are albino in color. They are very interesting birds, and if you are a bird conosur you will enjoy learning "how to draw a snowy owl", step by step. If you are wondering where they can be found, that’s easy too. The snowy owl can not only be found in the Arctic, they are also found in parts of Canada as well as other cold climates. There is a bunch of information on this bird species, but since I have a lot to upload, I need to shy away and come back some other day to fill you in on the 411. For now just have some good fun, and be sure to rate, comment and upload works of your own. I will be back kiddies so stay tuned in. Peace peeps!