We know that Owl magic can get around even the most powerful spells, and owls will deliver a letter to its intended recipient, even if the sender gives very little details on who they even are. Hedwig was even able to find "Snuffles" correctly despite Harry not even telling her who "Snuffles" actually was. She just delivered her letter, as a good owl should.
Given that, I was wondering about the viability of Voldemort using owls to find the order. I know it's "not his style" or whatever, but generally authors at least give some reason as to why such an obvious and simple plan wouldn't have worked.
So my question is this: Given what we know about Owl magic, would Voldemort have been able to get a parliament* of owls and say to them:
"Go and find the members of the Order of the Phoenix."
Then follow them to victory?
I don't imagine they'd even have to go very far for the first one either, because one of the owls would of course just fly about 10 feet and land in front of Snape.
Also, just to clarify, this is not a question about what Voldemort would or (probably) should have done, it's just whether or not he could.
*Yes, the collective noun for owls is called a "Parliament".