The soft hoot of a little owl came through the dusk, and between its calls the men's voices rose and fell.
I don't know that this was because he really disliked the little owl.
He had big round eyes, so we called him Wee-wees, 'our little owl,' and we were very happy.
A little owl flitted by and disappeared in one of the shadows.
Like the little owl, it affects the neighbourhood of man, though it may be found in ruins and similar localities.
"Why, I've just gone to bed; it can't be morning yet;" and Demi blinked like a little owl as he waked from his first sound sleep.
We quickly understand why in the daytime the little owl is so anxious to hide his form from public view.
The chief was still so nervous that a little owl above him disturbed him.
Under the back porch was a cage with a little owl in it, and the woman said it belonged to her boy.
Through the gathering darkness came a sweet and dreamy croon, the love-song of the little owl.