Posted on August 30, 2017
By Noelle M. Brooks
There is a low percentage of infertility in great horned owl eggs.
There are records of great horned owl egg sets that were partially or completely infertile but in most cases all of the eggs hatch.
Sources: (Baumgartner, 1983)
Category: FaunaFacts, Great Horned Owl Tags: Animal, Animals, Fact, Wildlife
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