This Owls Having A Hoot

What a hoot! This owl seems to be having the time of his life – having a good chuckle. The snowy owl appears to be throwing back his head, closing his eyes and letting out a huge belly laugh as he perches on a branch in the Olympic national park, Washington, USA. Photographer Tin Man Lee hiked for miles to take the stunning photographs of the birds in their natural habitat, when they flock to the mountain in early February.

What a hoot! This owl seems to be having the time of his life - having a good chuckle. The snowy owl appears to be throwing back his head, closing his eyes and letting out a huge belly laugh as he perches on a branch in the Olympic national park, Washington, USA. Photographer Tin Man Lee hiked for miles to take the stunning photographs of the birds in their natural habitat, when they flock to the mountain in early February.

What a hoot! This owl seems to be having the time of his life - having a good chuckle. The snowy owl appears to be throwing back his head, closing his eyes and letting out a huge belly laugh as he perches on a branch in the Olympic national park, Washington, USA. Photographer Tin Man Lee hiked for miles to take the stunning photographs of the birds in their natural habitat, when they flock to the mountain in early February.

What a hoot! This owl seems to be having the time of his life - having a good chuckle. The snowy owl appears to be throwing back his head, closing his eyes and letting out a huge belly laugh as he perches on a branch in the Olympic national park, Washington, USA. Photographer Tin Man Lee hiked for miles to take the stunning photographs of the birds in their natural habitat, when they flock to the mountain in early February.

What a hoot! This owl seems to be having the time of his life - having a good chuckle. The snowy owl appears to be throwing back his head, closing his eyes and letting out a huge belly laugh as he perches on a branch in the Olympic national park, Washington, USA. Photographer Tin Man Lee hiked for miles to take the stunning photographs of the birds in their natural habitat, when they flock to the mountain in early February.