Some animal live in herds of packs, while others live alone, away from other members of their species, for most of their lives. These animals that live alone are known as solitary.
It is common knowledge that many birds at least migrate together, in flocks. What about owls? Do owls congregate with other owls, or are they solitary?
For the most part, owls are completely solitary with the exception of when it’s time to find a mate. Although, some owls can and will let off certain vocalizations if they feel threatened, to warn other owls in the area of the potential danger.