Yes, yes, it's mostly a helicopter, hidden in a magic ball of fluff and color. In Owleez there are large luminous eyes that change the color depending on his mood, and sensors on the top of the head and abdomen, as well as one under a beak, is better to feed his favorite (toy) berries. It's also motion-sensing, so you'll have to throw it to sleep. Like most other educational toys, he will tear when he is happy and whine when scared or sad. Its size is also very attractive, its round, small body is conveniently placed on the palm, like softball.
And like softball, you'll have to do a bit of folding, swinging your hand back and forth to teach the little Owleez the basics of the flight. But you do not really throw a chicken ̵