Common Barn Owl Tyto alba Typical Call - Prescott, Arizona, USA. [∇] © Doug Von Gausig. Pair calling - Peck's Lake, New York, USA. August. [∇] © Doug Von Gausig. Twittering - Elkhorn Slough, Central California, USA. [∇] © Doug Von Gausig. Ashy-faced Owl Tyto glaucops Typical calls - La Vega, Dominican Republic. April 2013. [Cedar Mathers-Winn] [∇] © Macaulay Library. Andaman Barn Owl Tyto deroepstorffi Typical calls - Chalis Ek, North Andaman. January 2011. [∇] CC Pankaj Koparde. Minahassa Masked Owl Tyto inexspectata Typical call - Lore Lindu NP, Sulawesi, Indonesia. December 1998. [∇] CC Raf Drijvers. Sulawesi Masked Owl Tyto rosenbergii Typical call - Dumoga Bone, Sulawesi. [∇] © Dave Farrow. Australian Masked Owl Tyto novaehollandiae Typical call - Healesville, Victoria, Australia. October 1988. [∇] © Ed McNabb. Tasmanian Masked Owl Tyto castanops Typical call - Tasmania. [∇] © Michael Todd. Lesser Sooty Owl Tyto multipunctata Bomb whistle - North Queensland, Australia. [∇] © John Young. Shrieks - Mt. Lewis, Queensland, Australia. November 2013. [∇] CC Marc Anderson. Trilling - North Queensland, Australia. [∇] © John Young. Greater Sooty Owl Tyto tenebricosa Bomb whistle - Jenolan, New South Wales, Australia. November 2013. [∇] CC Marc Anderson. Trilling - New South Wales, Australia. January 2000. [∇] © Deane Lewis. Oriental Bay Owl Phodilus badius Typical call - Pasoh, Malaysia. [∇] © Dave Farrow. Sri Lanka Bay Owl Phodilus assimilis Typical call - Sringeri, Chikmagalur, Karnataka, India. October 2008. [∇] CC Ravi Prakash. White-fronted Scops Owl Otus sagittatus Typical call - Kaengkrajarn National Park, Thailand. [∇] © Vetida Pongpanit. Reddish Scops Owl Otus rufescens Typical call - Taman Negara, Pahang, Malaysia. April 1990. [∇] CC Dave Farrow. Serendib Scops Owl Otus thilohoffmanni Typical call - Kitulgala, Sri Lanka. [∇] CC Craig Robson. Sokoke Scops Owl Otus ireneae Typical call - Malindi, Kilifi, Kenya. August 2013. [∇] CC Ralf Wendt. Andaman Scops Owl Otus balli Typical call - Mount Harriet, South Andaman. November 2011. [∇] CC Gerard Gorman. Mountain Scops Owl Otus spilocephalus Typical call, male - Bhutan [∇] © Dave Farrow. Typical call, male - Taiwan [∇] © Wayne Hsu. Madagascar Scops Owl Otus rutilus Typical call - Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, Madagascar. November 2010. [∇] CC Charles Hesse. Grand Comoro Scops Owl Otus pauliani Typical call - Mvouni, Grande Comore. August 2012. [∇] CC Charles Davies. Pemba Scops Owl Otus pembaensis Typical call - Ngezi Forest, Pemba Island. July 2011. [∇] CC Charles Davies. Common Scops Owl Otus scops Typical call - Charyn River, Kazakhstan. May 2000. [∇] CC Dave Farrow. Courtship duet - Central Russia. [∇] © Jevgeni Ekimov. African Scops Owl Otus senegalensis Typical call - Yemen. [∇] © Dave Farrow. Oriental Scops Owl Otus sunia Typical call - Dongzhai Nature Reserve, China. April 2011. [∇] CC George Wagner. Typical call - Tmat Boey, Cambodia. February 2005. [∇] CC Dave Farrow. Ryukyu Scops Owl Otus elegans Typical calls - Ishigaki Island, Japan. June 2013. [∇] CC Frank Lambert. Moluccan Scops Owl Otus magicus Typical call - Halmahera, Indonesia. [∇] © Dave Farrow. Sulawesi Scops Owl Otus manadensis Typical call - Lore Lindu, Sulawesi. [∇] © Dave Farrow. Collared Scops Owl Otus lettia Typical call - Thailand. [∇] © Dave Farrow. Indian Scops Owl Otus bakkamoena Typical call - Tissamaharama, Sri Lanka. March 2016. [∇] CC Peter Boesman. Philippine Scops Owl Otus megalotis Typical call - Subic Bay, Luzon, Philippines. 2007. [∇] CC Desmond Allen. Palawan Scops Owl Otus fuliginosus Typical call - Bambua nature resort, Palawan, Philippines. [∇] © William Ruscher. Flammulated Owl Psiloscops flammeolus Typical call - Klamath Mountains, Northwest California, USA. [∇] © Bruce Marcot. Western Screech Owl Megascops kennicottii Typical call (bouncing) - Silver Creek, Arizona, USA. August 2014. [∇] CC Dan Lane. Double trill - San Gabriel Mountains, California, USA. May 2015. [∇] CC Lance A. M. Benner. Eastern Screech Owl Megascops asio Typical call (A-song) - Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. [∇] © Lucie Brisebois. Typical call (B-song) - Ithaca, New York, USA. [∇] © Lang Elliott. Pacific Screech Owl Megascops cooperi Typical call - Juchitan, Oaxaca, Mexico. March 2000. [∇] CC Dan Lane. Whiskered Screech Owl Megascops trichopsis Typical call - Coronado National Forest, Arizona, USA. November 2014. [∇] CC Lance A. M. Benner. Typical call - La Cumbre, Oaxaca, Mexico. January 2009. [∇] CC Dan Lane. Balsas Screech Owl Megascops seductus Typical call - Colima, Mexico. June 2001. [∇] © Dan Lockshaw. Tropical Screech Owl Megascops choliba Typical call (main) - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. [∇] © Renato B. Pineschi. Typical call (secondary) - Goiania, Brazil. [∇] © Nunes D'Acosta. Koepcke's Screech Owl Megascops koepckeae Typical call - Sinsicap, La Libertad, Peru. October 2004. [∇] CC Dan Lane. Rufescent Screech Owl Megascops ingens Typical call (A-song) - Septimo Paraiso Lodge, Mindo, Ecuador. [∇] © Bruce Marcot. Colombian Screech Owl Megascops colombianus Typical call - Otun Quimbaya Reserve, Colombia. [∇] CC Fabrice Schmitt. Long-tufted Screech Owl Megascops sanctaecatarinae Typical Call - São Francisco de Paula, Brazil. August 2008. [∇] CC Nick Athanas. Vermiculated Screech Owl Megascops vermiculatus Typical call - Puerto Viejo, Heredia, Costa Rica. April 2001. [∇] CC Dan Lane. Guatemalan Screech Owl Megascops guatemalae Typical call (A-song) - Lacandon, Chiapas, Mexico. May 2003. [∇] CC David Bradley. Typical call (B-song) - Sinaloa, Mexico. November 1999. [∇] CC Richard Hoyer. Rio Napo Screech Owl Megascops napensis Typical call - Napo, Ecuador. June 2012. [∇] CC Nick Athanas. Puerto Rican Screech Owl Megascops nudipes Typical call - El Yunque NP, Puerto Rico. April 2009. [∇] CC Dan Lane. White-throated Screech Owl Megascops albogularis Typical call - Chihuana, Peru. July 2010. [∇] CC Dan Lane. Palau Owl Pyrroglaux podarginus Typical calls - Urukthapel, Palau. July 1978. [H. Douglas Pratt] [∇] © Macaulay Library. Northern White-faced Owl Ptilopsis leucotis Typical call - Soma swamps, Gambia. November 1977. [∇] CC Niels Krabbe. Southern White-faced Owl Ptilopsis granti Typical call - Hoedspruit, South Africa. March 2009. [∇] CC Derek Solomon. Giant Scops Owl Mimizuku gurneyi Typical call - Mindanao, Philippines. April 2010. [∇] CC George Wagner. Snowy Owl Bubo scandiacus Alarmed/Disturbed - Male. Padjelanta, Sweden. July 1982. [∇] CC Niels Krabbe. Great Horned Owl Bubo virginianus Pair calling - Peck's Lake, New York, USA. March. [∇] © Doug Von Gausig. Typical male - Houston, Minnesota, USA. [∇] © Karla Bloem. Typical female - Houston, Minnesota, USA. [∇] © Karla Bloem. Hoo-hoo-hoo - Houston, Minnesota, USA. [∇] © Karla Bloem. Eurasian Eagle Owl Bubo bubo Typical call - Karlsborg, Västergötland, Sweden. January 2011. [∇] CC Patrik Åberg. Indian Eagle Owl Bubo bengalensis Typical call - Kutch, Gujarat, India. [∇] © Vijay Cavale. Cape Eagle Owl Bubo capensis Typical call - Dundori, Central Kenya. June 1964. [Myles North] [∇] © Macaulay Library. Spotted Eagle Owl Bubo africanus Typical duet - Grahamstown, South Africa. July 2015. [∇] CC Lynette Rudman. Verreaux's Eagle Owl Bubo lacteus Typical call - South Luangwa National Park, Zambia. January 2008 [∇] CC Derek Solomon. Barred Eagle Owl Bubo sumatranus Typical call - Danum Valley, Sabah, Borneo. July 2008. [∇] CC Nick Athanas. Forest Eagle Owl Bubo nipalensis Typical call - Cuc Phuong, Vietnam. [∇] CC Craig Robson. Mewing scream - Sigiriya forest, Sri Lanka. January 2012. [∇] CC David Marques. Dusky Eagle Owl Bubo coromandus Typical call - Keoladeo National Park, Rajasthan, India. November 2007. [∇] CC Antero Lindholm. Blakiston's Fish Owl Bubo blakistoni Typical call - Russian far east. [∇] © Jonathan Slaght. Brown Fish Owl Bubo zeylonensis Typical call - India. [∇] © Vijay Cavale. Buffy Fish Owl Bubo ketupu Call - Danum Valley, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia. June 2008. [∇] CC Nick Athanas. Pel's Fishing Owl Bubo peli Wail call - Salonga National Park, central DR Congo. [∇] © Bruce Marcot. Spectacled Owl Pulsatrix perspicillata Typical call - Costa Rica. [∇] © Jorge F. Corrales. Band-bellied Owl Pulsatrix melanota Typical calls (pair) - Napo, Ecuado. August 2001. [∇] CC Nick Athanas. Spotted Wood Owl Strix seloputo Typical calls - Preah Vihear, Cambodia. December 2012. [∇] CC Patrik Åberg. Calls - Preah Vihear, Cambodia. December 2012. [∇] CC Patrik Åberg. Mottled Wood Owl Strix ocellata Duet 1 - Melghat Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra, India. January 2013. [∇] CC Frank Lambert. Duet 2 - Chelamattom, Ernakulam, India. May 2010. [∇] CC Dilip KG. Brown Wood Owl Strix leptogrammica Typical call (including pre-call) - India. [∇] © Bruce Marcot. Eurasian Tawny Owl Strix aluco Typical call - Hardwood forest, north of Paris, France. [∇] © Bruce Marcot. Omani Owl Strix omanensis Typical call - Al Hajar Mountains, Oman. May 2013. [∇] © Arnoud van den Berg. African Wood Owl Strix woodfordii Typical male - Western Democratic Republic of the Congo [∇] © Bruce Marcot. Typical female - Northwestern Zimbabwe [∇] © Bruce Marcot. Mottled Owl Strix virgata Typical call - Chiapas, Mexico. March 2015. [∇] CC Frank Lambert. Rufous-legged Owl Strix rufipes Typical calls - Altos de Lircay National Park, Chile. [∇] CC Lance A. M. Benner. Rusty-barred Owl Strix hylophila Typical call - Minas Gerais, Brazil. August 2014. [∇] CC Kassius Santos. Black-and-White Owl Strix nigrolineata Typical call - Santander, Colombia. February 2011. [∇] CC Peter Boesman. Black-banded Owl Strix huhula Typical call - San Martín Region, Peru. July 2003. [∇] CC Dan Lane. Spotted Owl Strix occidentalis Typical call - San Gabriel Mountains, California, USA. August 2008. [∇] CC Lance A. M. Benner. Female contact call - Oregon, USA. [∇] © Kristian Skybak. Fulvous Owl Strix fulvescens Typical duet - Cerro San Felipe, Oaxaca, Mexico. February 2012. [∇] CC Richard Hoyer. Barred Owl Strix varia Typical call - Poplar Creek, British Columbia, Canada. [∇] © Wayne Logus. Various calls - Oregon, USA. [∇] © Kristian Skybak. Alarm call - Oregon, USA. [∇] © Kristian Skybak. Series calls - [∇] © J. W. Tetlow. Ural Owl Strix uralensis Typical male - Kishert district, Russia. June 1995. [∇] © Vadim Lapushkin. Great Grey Owl Strix nebulosa Typical call - North Karelia, Finland. April 2010. [∇] CC Matthias Feuersenger. Crested Owl Lophostrix cristata Typical call - Crique Limonade amont, Saül, French Guiana. March 2008. [∇] CC Olivier Claessens. Northern Hawk Owl Surnia ulula Typical call - Floatplane Lake, Alaska, USA. July 1999. [∇] CC Dan Lane. Eurasian Pygmy Owl Glaucidium passerinum Typical call - Rüschegg, Schwarzenburg District, Switzerland. March 2011. [∇] CC Manuel Schweizer. Pearl-spotted Owlet Glaucidium perlatum Typical calls - Borakalalo, South Africa. September 2015. [∇] CC Lynette Rudman. Collared Owlet Glaucidium brodiei Typical call - Thailand. [∇] © Dave Farrow. Northern Pygmy Owl Glaucidium californicum Typical call - San Gabriel Mountains, California, USA. July 2015. [∇] CC Lance A. M. Benner. Agitated pair - Packwood, Washington, USA. [∇] © Bob Pearson. Cape Pygmy Owl Glaucidium hoskinsii Typical call - La Laguna Meadow, Baja California, Mexico. June 2001. [∇] © Dan Lockshaw. Mountain Pygmy Owl Glaucidium gnoma Typical call - Barfoot Junction, Arizona, USA. May 2009. [∇] CC Andrew Spencer. Guatemalan Pygmy Owl Glaucidium cobanense Typical call - Monte Uyuca Biological Reserve, Honduras. March 2012. [∇] CC John van Dort. Tamaulipas Pygmy Owl Glaucidium sanchezi Typical call - Gomez Farias, Tamaulipas, Mexico. [∇] CC Pat Wade. Colima Pygmy Owl Glaucidium palmarum Typical call (male) - Panuco, Sinaloa, Mexico. November 1999. [∇] CC Richard Hoyer. Central American Pygmy Owl Glaucidium griseiceps Typical call - Bartóla, Nicaragua. April 2004. [∇] CC Stefan Woltmann. Least Pygmy Owl Glaucidium minutissimum Typical call - Carlos Botelho State Park, Brazil. April 2005. [∇] © Antonio Silveira. Pernambuco Pygmy Owl Glaucidium mooreorum Typical call - October 1990. [∇] © Galileu Coelho. Peruvian Pygmy Owl Glaucidium peruanum Typical call - Parque Nacional Machalilla, Manabí, Ecuador. July 2001. [∇] CC Nick Athanas. Austral Pygmy Owl Glaucidium nana Typical call - Altos de Lircay National Park, Chile. [∇] CC Fabrice Schmitt. Ferruginous Pygmy Owl Glaucidium brasilianum Typical call - Goiania, Brazil. [∇] © Nunes D'Acosta. Ridgway's Pygmy Owl Glaucidium ridgwayi Typical call - Southern Arizona, USA. [∇] © Doug Von Gausig. Barred Jungle Owlet Glaucidium radiatum Typical call - Melghat Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra, India. January 2015. [∇] CC Frank Lambert. Chestnut-backed Owlet Glaucidium castanotum Typical call - Kitulgala, Kegalle, Sri Lanka. April 2015. [∇] CC Peter Ericsson. Asian Barred Owlet Glaucidium cuculoides Typical calls - Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand. December 2014. [∇] CC Marc Anderson. African Barred Owlet Glaucidium capense Typical call - South Luangwa National Park, Zambia. October 2006. [∇] CC Derek Solomon. Etchécopar's Owlet Glaucidium etchecopari Typical call - Shai Hills, Ghana. April 2010. [∇] CC Mike Catsis. Long-whiskered Owlet Xenoglaux loweryi Typical call - Abra Patricia-Alto Nieva, Peru. May 2008. [∇] CC Frank Lambert. Elf Owl Micrathene whitneyi Typical call - Arizona, USA. [∇] © Greg Clark. Disturbed - Arizona, USA. [∇] © Greg Clark. Burrowing Owl Athene cunicularia Typical calls - Guayas, Ecuador. July 1992. [∇] CC Niels Krabbe. Typical calls - Goiania, Brazil. May 2009 [∇] © Nunes D'Acosta. Alarmed - Goiania, Brazil. [∇] © Nunes D'Acosta. Little Owl Athene noctua Typical call - Broomley, Northumberland, UK. November 2013. [∇] CC Patrik Åberg. Alarmed - Broomley, Northumberland, UK. November 2013. [∇] CC Patrik Åberg. Spotted Owlet Athene brama Typical call - Northern India. [∇] © Bruce Marcot. Boreal Owl Aegolius funereus Typical call - Burgundy, France. [∇] © Gérard Olivier. Northern Saw-whet Owl Aegolius acadicus Typical call - Wisconsin, USA. [∇] © John Feith. Alarmed - Los Angeles County, California, USA. March 2015. [∇] CC Lance A. M. Benner. Unspotted Saw-whet Owl Aegolius ridgwayi Typical call - Chiapas, Mexico. January 2006 [∇] CC Nathan Pieplow. Buff-fronted Owl Aegolius harrisii Typical call - Reserva Yunguilla, Azuay, Ecuador. April 2003. [∇] CC Nick Athanas. Rufous Owl Ninox rufa Typical call - Marrakai, Northern Territory, Australia. September 2012. [∇] CC Marc Anderson. Powerful Owl Ninox strenua Male & female - Engadine, New South Wales, Australia. February 2005. [∇] © Richard Jackson. Barking Owl Ninox connivens Male & female - Pilliga National Park, New South Wales, Australia. May 2009. [∇] © Richard Jackson. "Screaming woman" call - Chiltern, Victoria, Australia. January 1982. [∇] © Ed McNabb. Morepork Ninox novaeseelandiae Typical call - Paparoa National Park, New Zealand. November 2012. [∇] CC George Wagner. Southern Boobook Owl Ninox boobook Typical call - Engadine, NSW, Australia. October 2003. [∇] © Richard Jackson. Brown Hawk Owl Ninox scutulata Typical call (western) - Sarawak, Malaysia. July 2015. [∇] CC Marc Anderson. Andaman Hawk Owl Ninox affinis Typical call - South Andaman. [∇] © Dave Farrow. Ochre-bellied Hawk Owl Ninox ochracea Typical calls - Dumogo Bone, Sulawesi. [∇] © Dave Farrow. Jungle Hawk Owl Ninox theomacha Typical call - Elevala River, Western Province, Papua New Guinea. June 2007. [∇] CC Nick Athanas. Speckled Hawk Owl Ninox punctulata Typical calls - Lore Lindu, Sulawesi. [∇] © Dave Farrow. Halmahera Boobook Owl Ninox hypogramma Typical calls - Halmahera, Indonesia. [∇] © Dave Farrow. Christmas Island Hawk Owl Ninox natalis Typical call - Christmas Island. March 2015. [∇] © Richard Jackson. Barking call - Christmas Island. 1995. [∇] © Richard Hill. Stygian Owl Asio stygius Typical call - Silves, Amazonas, Brazil. July 2013. [∇] CC Thiago Bicudo. Long-eared Owl Asio otus Typical male - Unden Västra Götaland, Sweden. March 2014. [∇] CC Patrik Åberg. Striped Owl Asio clamator Whistles - Brazil. [∇] © Nunes D'Acosta. Short-eared Owl Asio flammeus Typical male - Rautalampi, Northern Savonia, Finland. April 1999. [∇] CC Lauri Hallikainen. Alarm call, female - Moniecki, Podlaskie, Poland. June 2015. [∇] CC Romuald Mikusek. Marsh Owl Asio capensis Typical call - Lac de Sidi, Bourhaba, Morocco. April 2012. [∇] © Tero Linjama.