so their young owl doesn't get a cold and be sick in winter
this is a far better answer that the top. the far better answer is by brainy pants.
Because they have morE pray to eat
I think owls rear their young in the summer so their babies don't get sick and cold and die.
They camp down long A sometimes pit and some times in lower b
Young burrowing owls moult into their adult plumage in their first summer.
Owls do not have "babies". Owls lay eggs which hatch into owlets (or owl chicks). The lay their eggs and rear their young in nests.
Barn owls care for there young by going in and out of the nest carrying food for the young when the young barn owls screech for food.
Food is more available during the summer.
In summer, the owls live in the holes of trees or mainly just their nests. Owls only come out at night-time.
owls leave their young in the nest and go out hunting , when they get back they will feed their young
You would find burring owls in the summer in the state Florida gscardin. : )
Owlet.Young owls are called owlets.
By fight the pretiters that try to eat their young
All species of baby Owls are called owlets The young of an owl is called an owlet.owlet, fledgling
Young owls are called 'owlets'.
On Canada's Flag
Young barn owls need feathers to keep them warm and for flight once strong enough.
Young owls are called owlets whether they are in a group or not. A group of adult owls is called a parliament.
yes they are
They live in my face??
Answer Other than humans being their enemy it's other large owls that are the predators of small owls. Answer Eagles are also known to prey on young owls.