Owl with his
superior intelligence in
Winnie the Pooh
Owl in Winnie the Pooh
Owl’s superior intelligence is known throughout the Hundred Acre
Wood, as are his talents for writing, Spelling, other Educated and
Owl is a wise old owl who happens to be a friend of Winnie the
He constantly tells stories about his relatives, and in the
Disney cartoon he speaks in a British accent. In the books, the quality of
Owl's "wisdom" is sometimes questionable.
With plenty of interesting stores and advice to impart, Owl
spends considerable time speaking eloquently to Pooh, Piglet, and the
Owl can spell his name Wol and Tuesday (so that you know it isn't
Wednesday), but his spelling goes all to pieces over delicate
words like measles and buttered toast.
Owl lived in the tree known as The Chestnuts, and his home was
in one of the stories unfortunately destroyed by a storm.
Owl’s home at The Chestnuts is grander than everyone else’s
equipped with both a knocker and a bell-pull! However, his
home in one of the stories was unfortunately destroyed by a
But brains and a charming, old-world residence never inhibit Owl
from being a dignified and wise resident of the Forest, and a
friend to all.
It rained and it rained and it rained... One morning Owl came
flying over the water to say "How do you do?: to his friend
"I say, Owl," said Christopher Robin, " isn't this fun? I'm on an
"The atmospheric conditions have been very unfavorable lately",
"It has been raining", explained Owl.
"Yes", said Christopher Robin. "It has."
"The flood-level has reached an unprecedented height."
"There's a lot of water about", explained Owl.
"Yes," said Christopher Robin. "There is."
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