Marching Owls

These are the hilarious images of a group of owls going out for an evening stroll – as they march around in search of dinner for their young. The busy birds had just hatched owlets on a farm in Lancashire and were constantly strutting around in mad rush to provide food for the hungry babies. The bizarre scene was captured by keen snapper Austin Thomas who had to stay camouflaged and stop himself from laughing in case he scared the funny birds and missed out on getting the shots.

These are the hilarious images of a group of owls going out for an evening stroll - as they march around in search of dinner for their young. The busy birds had just hatched owlets on a farm in Lancashire and were constantly strutting around in mad rush to provide food for the hungry babies. The bizarre scene was captured by keen snapper Austin Thomas who had to stay camouflaged and stop himself from laughing in case he scared the funny birds and missed out on getting the shots.

These are the hilarious images of a group of owls going out for an evening stroll - as they march around in search of dinner for their young. The busy birds had just hatched owlets on a farm in Lancashire and were constantly strutting around in mad rush to provide food for the hungry babies. The bizarre scene was captured by keen snapper Austin Thomas who had to stay camouflaged and stop himself from laughing in case he scared the funny birds and missed out on getting the shots.

These are the hilarious images of a group of owls going out for an evening stroll - as they march around in search of dinner for their young. The busy birds had just hatched owlets on a farm in Lancashire and were constantly strutting around in mad rush to provide food for the hungry babies. The bizarre scene was captured by keen snapper Austin Thomas who had to stay camouflaged and stop himself from laughing in case he scared the funny birds and missed out on getting the shots.

These are the hilarious images of a group of owls going out for an evening stroll - as they march around in search of dinner for their young. The busy birds had just hatched owlets on a farm in Lancashire and were constantly strutting around in mad rush to provide food for the hungry babies. The bizarre scene was captured by keen snapper Austin Thomas who had to stay camouflaged and stop himself from laughing in case he scared the funny birds and missed out on getting the shots.