Ciccaba virgata BirdLife International (). Ciccaba virgata Stotz et al. (). Ciccaba virgata SACC (). Strix virgata (Cassin, ). Taxonomic Source(s): . Mottled Owl · Strix virgata · (Cassin, ). Order: STRIGIFORMES foreground recordings and 45 background recordings of Strix virgata. Total recording. Mottled Owl ~ Strix virgata (Ciccaba virgata). Introduction. The Mottled Owl is a medium-sized owl with a rounded head and no ear-tufts.
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Ciccaba virgata (Mottled Owl) – Avibase
The facial disc is brown, with white eyebrows and whiskers. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Rather widespread, and considered fairly common to common in some places; reportedly common in S Mexico in lowlands, Avibase checklists Search Avibase search Browse by families Contribute There are a few ways by which you can help the development of this page, such as joining the Flickr group for photos or providing translations of the site in addition virrgata.
Lechuza estriada Spanish Venezuela: Retrieved 26 November Ciccaba virgata, Strix virgata, Strix virgata virgata, Syrnium virgatum Lithuanian: Checklists There are more than 12, regional checklists in Avibase, offered in 9 different taxonomies, including synonyms more than languages.
Mottled Owl (Ciccaba virgata) ·
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One or usually two white ficcaba are laid and incubated by the female and both parents care for the young. Habitat Wide variety of firgata and thickety edge: Retrieved 13 October The rest of the underparts are streaked brown.
The nest is usually a natural hole in a tree, but sometimes it is an old nest of a larger bird. Avibase cixcaba also available in the following languages: Philadelphia 4 p. Both sexes give a series of resonant soft hoots when duetting. Three N races Mexico to W Panama recently treated as forming a separate species, differing from S forms mainly in vocalizations, but also in plumage and in smaller size R ; further study required, including genetic analyses.
N South America the Guianas Ciccaba virgata borelliana: Absent from the Pacific slope of the Andes south of Ecuador. Females are considerably larger than males; the mottled owl shows the greatest degree of sexual dimorphism of any species of owl.
Claws are pale horn with darker tips. Both light and dark morphs are known to occur.
The cere is pale bluish-grey and virfata bill is pale bluish-grey to yellowish grey with a slight greenish tinge. Underparts are whitish to pale buff, mottled dusky at the sides of the breast.
The eyes are dark and virgatta head is round and they do not have ear tufts. Mottled Owl Ciccaba virgata Cassin, The mottled owl has a very wide range and the number of individual birds has been estimated to be somewhere between five hundred thousand and five million.
The outer webs of the scapulars are white, forming a whitish row across the shoulder. Syrnium virgatum Avibase ID: Retrieved from ” https: A Photographic Guide Second Edition “. The large eyes are brown, the beak is greyish-yellow or greyish-blue, and the legs and feet are greyish-yellow. Handbook of the Birds of the World Virgaya.
The head and back are mottled brown and the underparts whitish, with vertical bars on the chest and throat. Contribute to Avibase Acknowledgements Flickr group Media stats Flickr group members Media wanted Translate Avibase is also available in the following languages: Most common in humid lowland forest. Subspecies and Distribution C.
Primary and secondary humid forest, drier wooded ciccba, plantations and even thorny forest. Descriptive notes 29—38 cm; — g; wingspan 84—91 cm. Home Species Articles About. Roosts during the day among dense foliage of trees and thickets, within creepers rising up tree trunks, or in natural holes. Light morph has brown facial disc with Wikimedia Commons has media related to Strix virgata. This series is repeated at intervals of several seconds or more. The male claims territory by singing.