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What is a group of owls called?

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What is a group of owls called?

Owls:

Owls are nocturnal raptors, a type of large predatory bird. They have large eyes that cannot move in their sockets, requiring the owl to turn its head in order to see in any direction. To ensure the widest range of vision, an owl can turn its head almost completely around to face backward.

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A group of owls is called a parliament. This names comes from the folklore about the wisdom of owls and makes reference to the ancient Greek...

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Life Cycle of an Owl: Lesson for Kids

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Chapter 3 / Lesson 17
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In this lesson, learn the exciting life cycle of the owl. Experience each stage in detail as we follow an owl from egg to hatchling to nestling to fledgling to adult!


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