On August 2, the National Zoowelcomed two burrowing owl chicks—the first hatching of this species at the Zoo in 30 years. A recent population management plan recommended breeding the Zoo’s current adult pair. The burrowing owl is named for their habit of living in underground burrows. It can excavate its own hole but usually uses a burrow dug by another animal.
The chicks are with their parents in the Zoo’s Bird House. Currently, there is semi-transparent filter paper covering their exhibit, providing the chicks with privacy. As they become more comfortable with their new surroundings, the paper will gradually be removed.
Calamity and Owllett. I haven’t drawn these two in YEARS. I updated them a little. Owllett got the biggest update. Calamity is mostly the same. Gosh I love these two. I miss them. I should do more with them. <3
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My dog, Paige, has a hemangioma on her eye which has started causing issues with her vision. Being as she has had cancerous sores like this in other parts of her body, we are treating it as very real and scary for our family.
Paige’s vet bills are going to be very hard on our household, with me currently out of work for personal health problems (which remain undiagnosed and keep me from seeking employment). I don’t want her eye to become even worse than it is before we can find a way to pay her vet. We need $200 just to walk in the door and the tests she needs will not be cheap.
So for $10 I can do sketches
$15 for ink and color.
Work can be scanned and emailed to you. If you’d like we can work out how to get you a hard copy.
If you would like a painting (I have canvas board and 4 ceramic ornaments. We can discuss pricing on those depending on what exactly you’re looking for.)
Please help us take care of our senior pooch.
If interested please feel free to contact my Tumblr, or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org and make the subject “Paige Commissions”.