The baby owl is one of my favorite birds.
When I was a kid, my grandfather had a pet baby owl that he gave to me and loved.
The baby owls feathers are red and fluffy, so when I first saw it, I thought it was a baby cat.
I didn’t know it was actually a baby fox.
The adorable little owl has been a favorite of mine for decades.
Now, I’m thrilled to share with you that the adorable little fox is also a favorite.
The baby fox is an endangered species in the wild.
It’s been extinct since the mid-20th century.
According to the Wildlife Conservation Society, the baby foxes population has fallen by about half in the last 100 years.
It means it’s very rare for a baby owl to be seen in the United States.
I was inspired to create this baby owl wallpaper because I always love to create artwork that is unique to me.
It’s always been a little surprising to me how little art has really been seen in art galleries, but now that I’m getting older, I find it to be a great way to connect with my art.
It has been such a big part of my life.
I think a lot of people have similar feelings about the baby owl.
I’m always looking to create something new and unique, so I’ve always been inspired by this little owl.
When I think of the baby ows feathers, I think it’s like a bird’s egg.
This baby fox wallpaper will be on display at the National Zoo in Washington, DC for two weeks.
It will be available for purchase beginning on March 6.
Baby owls are not endangered, but their numbers are in decline.
According the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, there are only a few hundred of the little foxes left.
I am very grateful for the support of the National Wildlife Federation and the Zoo’s conservation program.
I look forward to sharing this artwork with as many people as possible as I continue to celebrate this unique little owl in the years to come.