Oh. My. Goodness!!!!! The cuteness level is to the max. The Peregrine Fund World Center for Birds of Prey just received a new addition and I just can't. They got a brand-spankin' new baby owl. According to KTVB, it's a "Milky eagle-owl, also known as a Verreaux's eagle-owl." They got the fuzzy little go in on Thursday from Atlanta, Georgia; and they're planning to name him either Oliver or Winnie. I guess they're waiting to see what his little personality is like.

You'll actually be able to see the cutie pie every day starting at 1 p.m. between feeding and (staaaahhhhhhpppp) nap time. *SQUEAL*. This specific little owl is native to sub-Saharan Africa, and according to KTVB, the Peregrine Fund is helping with conservation efforts for that owl and other types of raptors in Kenya. Oliver (yes, that's my favorite pick) will help "connect visitors with those projects. 

CLICK HERE to get more information about visiting Birds of Prey and seeing the cute little fuzzball.