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Owls and their related birds

STRIGIFORMES
This room displays photos of owls and allies, including Nighthawks, Nightjars, Frogmouths and Potoos.

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Lesser Nighthawk, Ko Amerika Yotaka or Chordeiles acutipennis. photo: 08/2004, Paramaribo, Suriname. Blackish Nightjar [M][F(Animation)], Kuro Yotaka or Caprimulgus nigrescens. photo: 08/2004, Voltzberg, Suriname. White-faced Scops-Owl, Afurika Oo Konohazuku or Otus leucotis. photo: 08/2005, Etosha, Namibia.

Vermiculated Fishing-Owl, Tatejima Uokui Fukurô or Scotopelia bouvieri. photo: 08/2007, Loango NP, Gabon. Whiskered Screech-Owl[1][2], Hige Konohazuku or Otus trichopsis. photo: 08/2008, Ramsey Canyon, Arizona, USA. Great Horned Owl, Amerika Washi Mimizuku or Bubo virginianus. photo: 08/2008, Chiricahuas, Arizona, USA.

Asian Barred Owlet, Oo Suzume Fukurô or Glaucidium cuculoides. photo: 08/2009, Cat Tien NP, Vietnam. Brown Wood-Owl, Oo Fukurô or Strix leptogrammica. photo: 08/2009, Bach Ma, Vietnam. Short-eared Owl, Ko Mimizuku or Asio flammeus. photo: 02/2011, Hokkaido, Japan.

Blakiston's Fish-Owl, Shima Fukurô or Ketupa blakistoni. photo: 02/2011, Hokkaido, Japan. Indian Nightjar, Indo Yotaka or Caprimulgus asiaticus. photo: 07/2011, Habarana, Sri Lanka. Spot-bellied Eagle-Owl, Nepâru Washi Mimizuku or Bubo nipalensis. photo: 08/2011, Yala NP, Sri Lanka.

Long-eared Owl, Konohazuku or Asio otus. photo: 08/2012, Hustai NP, Mongolia Eurasian Eagle-Owl, Washi Mimizuku or Bubo bubo. photo: 08/2012, Orhon Valley, Mongolia. Spotted Wood-Owl, Marei Mori Fukurô or Strix seloputo. photo: 05/2014, Singapore.

Ural Owl, Fukurô or Strix uralensis hondoensis. photo: 09/2014, Nagano, Japan. back to upper category


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