Step 11: Your owl is ready to fly!

Send your owl soaring towards its destination.

Hold the body (that littl pyramid on the bottom) about a quarter of the way down from the top of the head. Hold it so that the head is pointed slightly upwards and throw it gently overhand.

It works best indoors or when there is no breeze
I made this but it keeps falling after about 3-4 feet or it just starts turning in a circle and ends up hitting something
so does mine
I really like the idea of the owl planes!
 You said eagle in the end. I was like "I thought it was an owl!"
Thanks heaps, I really suprised my sisters with this lol
a corretion... owls dont leave droppings
Owl pellets ARE droppings. If they didn't leave droppings, they'd explode. lol
yes, they do. i witnessed that last time a saw hank. (ewww....)
Dear Redneckobsessed, Owls actually do leave droppings.They do defecate/urinate out of their cloaca, as do all birds. Trust me, I have been pooped on by many species of owls many a time.
nice plane!!
They are not aeroplanes in the shape of owls, they are just aeroplanes.
Obviously they are just paper airplanes - this was the most owl-shaped aerodynamic plane I could do... The point is that they are cute airplanes for Harry Potter fans

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