Stygian Owl Asio stygius. Order: Strigiformes; Family: Strigidae; Polytypic: 6 subspecies; Authors: Marîa del Coro Arizmendi, Claudia I. Rodríguez-Flores, Carlos. Stygian Owl ~ Asio stygius. Introduction. The Stygian Owl is a medium-sized to large owl with prominent, erectile ear-tufts. The adjective Stygian. Population: Partners in Flight estimate the total population to number 50, , individuals (A. Panjabi in litt. ). Trend Justification: The population is.
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Total recording duration Recording was used very briefly as in https: Same bird as XC Possibly a juvenile bird with ear tufts not fully erect. Typical calls of two other birds heard near by. The habitat was steep, ca.
Bird was perched ca. Assumed to be the same individual recorded on 16 Junebut definitely the same individual as the other recording from 21 June The intervals between vocalizations are original.
Stygian Owl (Asio stygius)
Bird singing in a tree 5 m above soil, near to some buildings. Location approximate, but recorded in Hotel Los Jazmines carpark.
The owl was heard giving this same call from a distance, playing a recording caused it to come in closer and be seen. Recording filtered to remove very high and low frequency background noise primarily road noise.
Photos of Stygian Owl (Asio stygius) | the Internet Bird Collection (IBC) | HBW Alive
It responded to one of the low ‘hoo’ calls that are on the New World Owls tape.
Paramo grassland with scattered bushes. Krabbe cut 1 Tape reference: External sites may use a different taxonomy than Xeno-canto.
Stygian Owl Asio stygius. Stygian Owl Asio stygius noctipetens.
Alcoa Road broadleaf forest, Pedernales. A Recording not its ID has been discussed.
Asio stygius (Stygian Owl) – Avibase
Stygian Owl Asio stygius robustus. Provincia de Calca, Cuzco Region.
Germano Ullrich, Brusque, Santa Catarina. Stygian Owl Asio styglus stygius. Vale das Taquaras, RJ. Chile, South of SiksaTingni. After a short playback [sono]. Stygian Owl Asio stygius barberoi.