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Owl Calls & Sounds

Page 4 - Strix varia to Glaucidium mooreorum

 
Strix varia - Barred Owl [Found in: North America, USA, Canada, Mexico]
Male & juvenile Oregon, USA. © Kristian Skybak
Hoo-wah calls East Texas, USA. July 2006. © Kevin Rawson
Call variation East Texas, USA. © Kevin Rawson
Contact Screams Northwest Wisconsin, USA. © Richard Peet
 
Strix fulvescens - Fulvous Owl [Found in: Central America, North America, Mexico]
Typical duet Cerro San Felipe, Oaxaca, Mexico. February 2012. CC Richard Hoyer
 
Strix hylophila - Rusty-barred Owl [Found in: South America, Brazil]
Call Nova Friburgo, Brazil © Renato B. Pineschi
 
Strix rufipes - Rufous-legged Owl [Found in: South America, Argentina, Chile]
Call variation © Felix Vidoz
Call variation © Felix Vidoz
Call variation © Felix Vidoz
Contact call (?) © Felix Vidoz
Call variation January 1994 (mid-summer) © Felix Vidoz
Call variation June 1998, Solo Individual, responding to playback © Felix Vidoz
Call variation Responding to playback © Felix Vidoz
 
Strix uralensis - Ural Owl [Found in: Asia, Europe]
Typical male Kishert district, Russia. June 1995. © Vadim Lapushkin
Adult alarm call Chaikovsky district, Russia, May 1998. © Vadim Lapushkin
Female contact & male territorial calls Chaikovsky district, Russia. May 1998. © Vadim Lapushkin
Fledglings 70 days old. Kishert district, Russia. August 1999. © Vadim Lapushkin
 
Strix nebulosa - Great Grey Owl [Found in: North America, Europe, Asia, Alaska, Canada, USA]
Typical call North Karelia, Finland. April 2010. CC Matthias Feuersenger
Juvenile begging shrieks Finland © Ilkka Heiskanen
Adult alarm call near young Uinsky District, Perm, Russia. August 2003. © Vladimir Kazakov
 
Strix woodfordii - African Wood Owl [Found in: Africa]
Typical male Western Democratic Republic of the Congo © Bruce Marcot
Typical female Northwestern Zimbabwe © Bruce Marcot
 
Strix virgata - Mottled Owl [Found in: South America, Central America, North America, Mexico]
Call Monteverde, Costa Rica. June 1999. © Doug Von Gausig
 
Strix nigrolineata - Black-and-White Owl [Found in: Central America, South America, North America, Mexico]
Call El Pizote, Costa Rica. June 1999. © Doug Von Gausig
 
Strix huhula - Black-banded Owl [Found in: South America, Brazil]
Typical call Brazil © Nunes D'Acosta
 
Lophostrix cristata - Crested Owl [Found in: South America, Central America, North America, Mexico]
Typical call Crique Limonade amont, Saül, French Guiana. March 2008. CC Olivier Claessens
 
Pulsatrix perspicillata - Spectacled Owl [Found in: South America, Central America, North America, Mexico, Brazil]
Typical call Costa Rica. © Jorge F. Corrales
Threat Call, female El Gavilan, Costa Rica. June 1999. © Doug Von Gausig
 
Surnia ulula - Northern Hawk Owl [Found in: North America, Asia, Europe, Alaska, Canada, USA]
Typical call Floatplane Lake, Alaska, USA. July 1999. CC Dan Lane
Scream Northern Minnesota, USA. Call given at perch after unsuccessful hunting attempt. © Richard Peet
Tremolo Northern Minnesota, USA. Given in response to above 'scream' call. © Richard Peet
 
Glaucidium passerinum - Eurasian Pygmy Owl [Found in: Europe, Asia]
Typical call Rüschegg, Schwarzenburg District, Switzerland. March 2011. CC Manuel Schweizer
 
Glaucidium brodiei - Collared Owlet [Found in: Asia]
Typical call Thailand © Dave Farrow
Call during day Taiwan © Wayne Hsu
 
Glaucidium perlatum - Pearl-spotted Owlet [Found in: Africa]
Typical Call, Part 1 Namibia © Dave Farrow
Typical Call, Part 2 Given after part 1 and a short pause © Dave Farrow
Typical calls Rift Valley, Lake Baringo, Kenya. © Bruce Marcot
 
Glaucidium californicum - Northern Pygmy Owl [Found in: North America, USA, Canada, Alaska, Mexico]
Typical call (male?) Douglas-fir forests, Northwest California, USA. © Bruce Marcot
Typical call (female?) East of Monterrey, California, USA. © Doug Von Gausig
Typical calls (male & female) © Bob Pearson
Staccato series (male & female) © Bob Pearson
Mixed calls (male & female) © Bob Pearson
Typical call Ymir, British Columbia, Canada. © Brault Kelpin
 
Glaucidium gnoma - Mountain Pygmy Owl [Found in: Central America, North America, South America, USA, Mexico]
Typical call Barfoot Junction, Arizona, USA. May 2009. CC Andrew Spencer
 
Glaucidium cobanense - Guatemalan Pygmy Owl [Found in: Central America, North America, Guatemala, Mexico]
Typical call Monte Uyuca Biological Reserve, Honduras. March 2012. CC John van Dort
 
Glaucidium hoskinsii - Cape Pygmy Owl [Found in: North America, Mexico]
Typical call La Laguna Meadow, Baja California, Mexico. June 2001. © Dan Lockshaw
 
Glaucidium palmarum - Colima Pygmy Owl [Found in: North America, Mexico]
Typical call, male Panuco, Sinaloa, Mexico. November 1999. CC Richard Hoyer
 
Glaucidium sanchezi - Tamaulipas Pygmy Owl [Found in: North America, Mexico]
Typical call Gomez Farias, Tamaulipas, Mexico. CC Pat Wade
 
Glaucidium griseiceps - Central American Pygmy Owl [Found in: Central America, North America, South America, Mexico]
Typical call Bartóla, Nicaragua. April 2004. CC Stefan Woltmann
 
Glaucidium mooreorum - Pernambuco Pygmy Owl [Found in: Africa]
Typical call October 1990. © Galileu Coelho

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