They may look frantic but young owls arenít in distress

Wildlife News4 June 2017

Each spring, Central Oregonís great horned owls are busy raising their young and watching over them as they learn to fly. Adolescent owls spend weeks in tree branches and on the ground as fledglings Ė waiting for their wing feathers to grown large enough for flight.

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