Long-eared Owl

Long-eared Owl


Literature Long-Eared Owl
[order] Strigiformes |

Long-Eared Owl determination[order] Strigiformes | [family] Strigidae | [latin] Asio otus | [UK] Long-Eared Owl | [FR] Hibou moyen-duc | [DE] Waldohreule | [ES] Búho Chico | [IT] Gufo comune | [NL] Ransuil

Subspecies and global distribution

  1. Asio otus wilsonianus sc and se Canada to sc and e USA
  2. Asio otus tuftsi w Canada to n Mexico
  3. Asio otus canariensis Canary Is.
  4. Asio otus otus Europe, Asia and n Africa
  5. Asio otus NA, MA, EU widespread


Use of recorder calls for detecting Long-eared Owls Asio Otus
Author(s): Martínez, J. A., Zuberogoitia, I., Colás, J. & Macía, J.
Abstract: […].The aims of this study are (1) to determine if Long-eared Owls respond to broadcasts of conspecific calls, (2) to determine if the broadcast improved our ability to detect owls and (3) to discuss the behavioural response of owls. […]…[more]..
Source: Ardeola 49(1), 2002, 97-101
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All of Strigidae

  1. Boreal Owl
  2. Aegolius funereus
  1. Eagle owl
  2. Bubo bubo
  1. Eagle-Owl
  2. Bubo bubo
  1. Great Grey Owl
  2. Strix nebulosa
  1. Little Owl
  2. Athene noctua
  1. Long-eared Owl
  2. Asio otus
  1. Pygmy-Owl
  2. Glaucidium passerinum
  1. Scops-Owl
  2. Otus scops
  1. Short-eared Owl
  2. Asio flammeus
  1. Snowy Owl
  2. Nyctea scandiaca
  1. Tawny Owl
  2. Strix aluco
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