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Owl names

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Beagle Mafia, Apr 18, 2011.


  1. Beagle Mafia

    Beagle Mafia Guest

    OK I have agreed to rejoin Brownie Guides!!

    I used to be (Don't laugh) Fluffy Owl. However since losing a few owls at the pack they've asked me to rejoin and to chose a better name!! Brown Owl, Tawny Owl and Barn Owl are taken.

    Any owl names you can think of?

    Don't forget I may have to hear this name shouted across Sainsburys so suggestions such as Teat Owl or Fat Owl are not appreciated.

    Last time the name fluffy owl stuck and years later people still call me fluffy :p
     
  2. GoldenShadow

    GoldenShadow PetForums VIP

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    Snowy owl? Eagle owl? Think you get Bengal eagle owls and stuff too I forget what mini ones are called my godmum has owls...
     
  3. momentofmadness

    momentofmadness PetForums VIP

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    Scooby Yeoooooooooooooooooooooooooowl.. :eek:

    Or

    Wise Owl.. ;)
     
  4. XxZoexX

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    Eagle owl?
    theres an Elf Owl :D
     
  5. Beagle Mafia

    Beagle Mafia Guest

    Its just trying to decide which one sounds best shouted across the biscuit aisle in Sainsburys ;)
     
  6. classixuk

    classixuk PetForums VIP

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    How about H'owl?

    Or Owl'd tart?

    Or perhaps F'Owl Smell?

    :D
     
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    Sled dog hotel PetForums VIP

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    Eastern Screech
    Great Horned
    Great Grey
    Burrowing
    Ferruginous Pygmy
    Barred
    Boreal

    All Types of Owl,
     
  8. Vampyria

    Vampyria PetForums VIP

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    Oooh, my Brownies leader was Brown Owl too :D

    Here's a few owl names I can think of:
    Little Owl
    Sooty Owl
    Great Grey Owl (possibly just Great Owl or Grey Owl?)
     
  9. momentofmadness

    momentofmadness PetForums VIP

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    Oo I love funny names.. :D

    Like a friends race horse years ago.. Shy talk.. say that load and proud.. :lol:
    And Hoof Hearted..

    Nope Buster's Mummy you have to have a funny one. one the kids will always remember you for..
    And when they have grand kids they will be saying remember teatowl.. Now she was one of the best Brownie leaders.. :lol:

    Balsas Screech Owl

    Bare-legged Owl

    Barking Owl

    Buff-fronted Owl

    Remember old Fearful Owl, She used to put the fear of you know who in us.. :lol:

    Laughing Owl

    Powerful Owl
     
  10. Beagle Mafia

    Beagle Mafia Guest

    :rolleyes: :rolleyes::
     
  11. sue&harvey

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    When I was a leader the kids came up with "plop" for me :rolleyes: :lol:
     
  12. MissShelley

    MissShelley PetForums VIP

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    Like the little owl in the story :D Awwww

    What about Wise Owl? :)
     
  13. Beagle Mafia

    Beagle Mafia Guest

    Its the most accurate :p
     
  14. metame

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    all brownie leaders are 'brown owl' all second in command are 'tawny owl'
    just like all cub scout leaders are 'akela'
     
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