what is a group of owls called
A group of owls is commonly called a parliament. A parliament can be composed of two or two hundred owls.
The most widely used term for a group of owls is parliament. Others are brood, congress, hooting, and stare, as well as others.
A group of adult owls is called a parliament of owls. A group of young owls is called a clutch of owls.
The term used for a group of owls is called a parliament. A group of their babies is called a clutch.
A group of owls is called a parliament. They can also be called (but not as common as parliament) brood, diss, wisdom, and/or stooping.