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Bruce Marcot

Bruce Marcot

Bruce G. Marcot is a Research Wildlife Ecologist with the Ecosystems Processes Research Program, USDA Forest Service, in Portland, Oregon, USA.  He holds a B.S. and M.S. in Natural Resources from Humboldt State University, California, and a Ph.D. in Wildlife Science from Oregon State University.  He participates in projects dealing with analysis of wildlife population viability, assessment of biodiversity, and ecologically sustainable land-use planning.  He has worked or traveled in Russia, China, India, Mexico, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Bolivia, Germany, Bahamas, Virgin Islands, New Zealand & sub-Antarctica, Australia, Africa, Canada, the Continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, and elsewhere.
His interests include traveling & camping, archeoastronomy, classical music composition, birding, pen and ink artwork, photography, poetry, writing, motorcycling, linguistics, epistemology & ontology, computers & artificial intelligence programming, and other realms.

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Website: http://www.plexusowls.com/owls/owlpics.htm

Contributions by Bruce Marcot

Pictures:

Barn Owl Tyto alba stertens  African Scops Owl Otus senegalensis  Western Screech Owl Megascops kennicottii juvenile at nest box  Rufescent Screech Owl Megascops ingens  Northern White-faced Owl Ptilopsis leucotis at roost  Vermiculated Eagle Owl Bubo cinerascens  Vermiculated Eagle Owl Bubo cinerascens  Verreaux's Eagle Owl Bubo lacteus  Verreaux's Eagle Owl Bubo lacteus close-up  Verreaux's Eagle Owl Bubo lacteus showing eyelids  Brown Fish Owl Bubo zeylonensis  Snowy Owl Bubo scandiacus female  Pel's Fishing Owl Scotopelia peli  Spotted Owls Strix occidentalis caurina juveniles  Pearl-spotted Owlet Glaucidium perlatum  Pearl-spotted Owlet Glaucidium perlatum back view  Owl Mask  Tawny Frogmouth Gape 

Articles:

Myth of the Tawny Frogmouth "Owl"
Owls in the Western Democratic Republic of the Congo
Owls in Malawi and Eastern Zambia
Owls in Lore and Culture

Sounds:

Collared Scops Owl - Otus lettia Call (male?) North east India ©
Flammulated Owl - Otus flammeolus Typical call Klamath Mountains, Northwest California, USA. ©
Western Screech Owl - Megascops kennicottii Male A song Mixed hardwood-conifer, Klamath Mountains, NW California ©
Western Screech Owl - Megascops kennicottii B song Klamath Mountains, California, USA ©
Rufescent Screech Owl - Megascops ingens A-song Septimo Paraiso Lodge, Mindo, Ecuador. ©
Verreaux's Eagle Owl - Bubo lacteus Juvenile (contact?) Night, Lake Baringo, Rift Valley, Kenya ©
Verreaux's Eagle Owl - Bubo lacteus Juvenile Day roost, Lake Baringo, Rift Valley, Kenya ©
Pel's Fishing Owl - Scotopelia peli Wail call (?) Possibly female, Luilaka River, Salonga National Park, central Dem. Rep. Congo. ©
Mottled Wood Owl - Strix ocellata Calls Shivalik Hills, Dehra Dun, North India ©
Brown Wood Owl - Strix leptogrammica Typical calls India. (Faint introductory note on the second call) ©
Eurasian Tawny Owl - Strix aluco Typical call Hardwood forest, north of Paris, France ©
Eurasian Tawny Owl - Strix aluco Cree-ick call Probably female, Hardwood forest, north of Paris, France ©
Eurasian Tawny Owl - Strix aluco Typical calls Hardwood forest, north of Paris, France ©
African Wood Owl - Strix woodfordii Typical male Western Democratic Republic of the Congo ©
African Wood Owl - Strix woodfordii Typical female Northwestern Zimbabwe ©
Pearl-spotted Owlet - Glaucidium perlatum Typical calls Rift Valley, Lake Baringo, Kenya. ©
Northern Pygmy Owl - Glaucidium californicum Typical call (male?) Douglas-fir forests, Northwest California, USA. ©
Barred Jungle Owlet - Glaucidium radiatum Typical call North-eastern India ©
Spotted Owlet - Athene brama Typical calls Northern India ©
Northern Saw-whet Owl - Aegolius acadicus Typical call north-western California ©
Barking Owl - Ninox connivens Typical call, male Fogg Dam, Northern Territory, Australia. September 2011. ©
Brown Hawk Owl - Ninox scutulata Typical call (northern form) Southern Primorski Krai, Russian Far East. ©
 
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