This is adorable
"ın" is added to that to first, address more than one person. Second, sound more formal even if only a solitary person is addressed.
kuş is a bird, baykuş is an owl. So does bay have any meaning of its own?
There is the verb "bay" in turkish...but wich link with the bird? I cant say.
What is the "in" doing in hoşça Kalin ?
Hoşça Kal = Singular/informal
Hoşça Kalin = Plural/polite/formal
"Hoşça kal" is literally "Farewell", why not use it here?
Why is "good bye owl" incorrect??
maybe try without the space? 'goodbye', i put that and i got it correct!