When these kids show up, what is Woodsy trying to do with that picnic table? He cannot be trying to fix it. It looks like he is just hanging out waiting to get the attention of the kids because he is a giant owl. This does not seem like the Woodsy I know. The Woodsy I know, rolls up his sleeve feathers and gets to work cleaning up America. What gives Woodsy?
After watching the PSA a few times it occurred to me, maybe Woodsy cannot properly hold a hammer or a saw.
I am sorry I judged you so harshly you caring magical owl. I will never doubt your integrity again.
I have mentioned a few times on the site that I am a big fan of Woodsy Owl. After getting jealous about other people’s retro Woodsy posters and wanting one of my own – I found an interesting shortcut to vintage Woodsy gold. First head over to the Internet Archive and download this free hi-res Woodsy Owl poster. Then use a poster printing service like Poster Burner or UPrinting. A click here and there, a few days shipping and you will be staring Woodsy in the face every night before bedtime like I do. I love you, Woodsy.
Love Ol’ Woodsy Owl. When I was in grammar school, we had to take a class called Ecology once a week. They told us about recycling and cutting down on water usage. I think it was pretty progressive for the time. Of course, I didn’t care. I use to just sit and stare at the Woodsy Owl posters around the room and dream of making friends with a giant Owl who lived in a clean magical woods. If, like me, you have a soft spot for Woodsy, check out this sweet Woodsy Owl Cookie Jar from Hake’s.
12.5” tall. McCoy. 1973. Woodsy holds guitar that has inside text reading “Give A Hoot! Don’t Pollute.” Majority of over-the-glaze red paint remains on feather and hat though there are scattered paint flakes. Minimal crazing visible on jar portion, most noticeable around Woodsy’s eyes and on guitar. Displays Exc.
Woodsy Owl Cookie Jar [@] Hake’s