With a monotonous stream of phone calls and memos, the nine to five life can get overwhelmingly mundane. Luckily, Mother Nature just bestowed a gift upon this office that is certain to keep the boredom away and boost employee morale sky high.
Professor Michael Lens snapped a picture of the new birds on his colleague's windowsill. The owls have been chilling there since their birth, to the joy of every employee.
Twitter soon swooped in.
Every time I've seen them I've just jumped up and down and giggled so no writing for me no way.— Michael Lens (@mc_lens) April 11, 2018
A few imagined how these birds would affect productivity.
The mama hung out near my office for a month or so earlier this year and I can attest it was an equal amount of joy and distraction.— Madeline Brozen (@Maddz4planning) April 12, 2018
And it turns out more people have their own owl stories than we would've thought.
I had a great horned owl sleep in the tree outside my office once. It was awesome, but kind of uncanny as they sleep with their eyes open during the day.— Niero (@Niero_RFD) April 12, 2018
We have at least one owl that lives in the woods behind our house.— jacaphene (@jacaphene) April 13, 2018
When we're outside at night, he's very chatty.
The owls will likely fly the coop—er, sill—once they're a bit older. However, for now, the professors can't get enough of the view.