What is it about owls? Ever since I was a child I have been fascinated with owls. Not sure when that started, but I definitely recall being a Brownie and following along to a leader called Brown Owl. She was wise and smart.
Then, as an adult along came the Harry Potter series and frankly Harry’s Owl is one of my favourite owls of all time.
If you like owls, then don’t miss this roundup of Harry Potter gifts this season.
When my kids were little we would go to Storybook Gardens and there was always an owl there – a rescued owl actually – who kind of captivated all of us. If ever I am travelling with them and we visit an animal sanctuary or a zoo or something like that, I always hunt for the owls.
African Lion Safari has several owls there too. We have, over the years, visited African Lion Safari dozens of times. In fact, I used to have a friend who lived basically right behind them near Cambridge. In the summer, when I visited her home, you could occasionally see the zookeepers watching and walking the elephants up and down the rural roads. That was cool.
Anyways, every winter as we lead up to the holidays I share some fun Christmas printables with you. They are still popular, even though I don’t have as much time to devote to creating them and writing here as I did six or seven years ago.
Here is a Christmas owl colouring page printable that I just love and wanted to share with you. This one is for you to print and colour and use. But, please do not copy it and republish. That is theft.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
Don’t forget to pop by and check for giveaways and Christmas printables from time to time here. I will also be sharing some travel stories of course. You won’t want to miss the Yellowstone Park posts with Austin Adventures!
Here’s hoping you have a great Christmas season!
How to Use This Christmas Owl Colouring Page?
To download this and colour it yourself you can either right click on my image above and print it from your computer and printer, or you could click this Owl Colouring Page link right here to get the clean PDF version.
Do you colour in your spare time?