Suara burung hantu (owl) semua spesies

Suara burung hantu (owl) semua spesies

Tyto tenebricosa – Greater Sooty Owl
Adult in flight January 2000 © Deane P. Lewis
Juvenile 2 weeks after fledging, Dandenong Ranges Victoria, 1989.
Edited – gap between calls was longer than 1min.
© Ed McNabb
Tyto multipunctata – Lesser Sooty Owl
Typical call Bomb whistle © John Young
Chicks begging © John Young
Female at nest Female at nest calling to male © John Young
Tyto novaehollandiae – Australian Masked Owl
Typical Call, female Dark phase female, Healesville, Victoria, October 1988
Edited, shortened gap between calls.
© Ed McNabb
Tyto rosenbergii – Celebes Barn Owl, Sulawesi Masked Owl
Typical Call Dumoga Bone, Sulawesi © Dave Farrow
Tyto alba – Common Barn Owl
Pair Calling Mid-August, Peck’s Lake. Edited, original gap between calls 20sec. © Doug Von Gausig
Twittering Recorded at Elkhorn Slough, Central California © Doug Von Gausig
Typical Call Recorded at Prescott, Arizona © Doug Von Gausig
Chicks Begging Australia © John Young
Tyto longimembris – Eastern Grass Owl
Female at nest Female at nest accepting food from male © John Young
Chicks begging © John Young
Phodilus badius – Oriental Bay Owl, Asian Bay Owl
Typical Call Pasoh, Malaysia © Dave Farrow
Otus sagittatus – White-fronted Scops Owl
Typical Call Kaengkrajarn National Park, Thailand © Vetida Pongpanit
Otus spilocephalus – Mountain Scops Owl, Spotted Scops Owl
Typical male Bhutan © Dave Farrow
Male Responding to playback – Taiwan © Wayne Hsu
Otus bakkamoena – Indian Scops Owl
Typical Call (male?) North east India © Bruce Marcot
Otus lettia – Collared Scops Owl
Typical calls Thailand © Dave Farrow
Typical Call Hong Kong © Hong Kong Bird Watching Society
Otus senegalensis – African Scops Owl
Typical call Yemen © Dave Farrow
Otus scops – Common Scops Owl, Eurasian Scops Owl
Typical Call © Brinzal
Chick © Brinzal
Typical Call Russia © Jevgeni Ekimov
Otus flammeolus – Flammulated Owl
Typical Call Douglas-fir/oak forests, Klamath Mountains, NW California © Bruce Marcot
Otus magicus – Moluccan Scops Owl
Territorial Call Halmahera, Indonesia © Dave Farrow
Otus elegans – Ryukyu Scops Owl, Elegant Scops Owl
Typical Male Lanyu Island (Otus elegans botelensis) © Lars Koerner
Typical Male Responding to imitation during the day – Taiwan © Wayne Hsu
Otus manadensis – Celebes Scops Owl, Sulawesi Scops Owl, Magic Scops Owl
Duet (Female is higher pitched) © Lars Koerner
Territorial Call Lore Lindu, Sulawesi © Dave Farrow
Otus insularis – Seychelles Scops Owl, Bare-legged Scops Owl
Male © Lars Koerner
Otus pembaensis – Pemba Scops Owl
Typical calls © Andrew Perkin
Megascops kennicottii – Western Screech Owl
Male A song Mixed hardwood-conifer, Klamath Mountains, NW California © Bruce Marcot
Call B song Mixed hardwood-conifer, Klamath Mountains, NW California © Bruce Marcot
Megascops asio – Eastern Screech Owl
A-song © John Feith
B-song Ithaca, New York, U.S.A. © Lang Elliott
A-song Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada © Lucie Brisebois
Megascops trichopsis – Whiskered Screech Owl, Spotted Screech Owl
Typical call Mountains south of Patagonia, Arizona, January 1997 © Greg Clark
Soft, hollow hoot Mountains south of Patagonia, Arizona, January 1997 © Greg Clark
Megascops choliba – Tropical Screech Owl
A-song Peru © Lars Koerner
B-song © Lars Koerner
Typical A-calls Goiania, Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Megascops watsonii – Northern Tawny-bellied Screech Owl
Typical Call, medium pace (Unverified) Recorded near Manaus, Brazil © Lars Koerner
Megascops nudipes – Puerto Rican Screech Owl
Typical Call © Mark Oberle
Bubo virginianus – Great Horned Owl
Pair calling Mid-march night at Peck’s Lake © Doug Von Gausig
Nocturnal Shriek Owlet calling for food © Tom Guenin
Harnk April 12, 1998 – time between calls compressed. © Greg Clark
Typical Call Captive Female “Alice”, Houston, Minnesota. © Karla Bloem
Typical Call Wild Female “Wheezy”, Houston, Minnesota. © Karla Bloem
Typical Male Wild Male “Victor”, Houston, Minnesota. © Karla Bloem
Excited Wild Male “Victor”, Houston, Minnesota. © Karla Bloem
Typical Female Wild Female “Virginia”, Houston, Minnesota. © Karla Bloem
Hoo-hoo-hoo Wild Male “Victor”, Houston, Minnesota © Karla Bloem
Annoyed Chitters Captive Female “Alice”, Houston, Minnesota © Karla Bloem
Clucking at Nest Captive Female “Alice”, Houston, Minnesota © Karla Bloem
Emphatic Hoot Captive Female “Alice”, Houston, Minnesota © Karla Bloem
Hisses Captive Female “Alice”, Houston, Minnesota © Karla Bloem
Screaming Chitters Captive Female “Alice”, Houston, Minnesota © Karla Bloem
Squawks Wild Male “Victor”, Houston, Minnesota © Karla Bloem
Nervous Squawks Goiania, Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Bubo bubo – Eurasian Eagle Owl
Typical Male Call © Brinzal
Typical Female Call © Brinzal
Alarmed © Brinzal
Chick © Brinzal
Courtship Captive pair, Feb. 1983. Includes “cuckling” by male during ritual feeding. © Vadim Lapushkin
Aggression Captive pair, Feb. 1983. Whistling aggression to recordist during courtship. © Vadim Lapushkin
Courtship Captive pair, February 1983. © Vadim Lapushkin
Bubo africanus – Spotted Eagle Owl, African Eagle Owl
Typical Call © Paolo Taranto
Courtship © Paolo Taranto
Bubo scandiacus – Snowy Owl
Typical Calls © Unknown
Scotopelia peli – Pel’s Fishing Owl
Wail Call (?) Possibly female, Luilaka River, Salonga National Park, central Dem. Rep. Congo © Bruce Marcot
Strix ocellata – Mottled Wood Owl
Typical Call Shivalik Hills, foothills of Himalayas, Dehra Dun, North India © Bruce Marcot
Strix leptogrammica – Brown Wood Owl
Typical Calls India. (listen for the rarely heard introductory note on the second call) © Bruce Marcot
Strix aluco – Eurasian Tawny Owl
Typical Male © Brinzal
Female showing aggression © Brinzal
Chick © Brinzal
Typical Call Northwest England © Lee Paterson
Typical Call Hardwood forest, north of Paris, France © Bruce Marcot
Cree-ick call Probably female, Hardwood forest, north of Paris, France © Bruce Marcot
Typical Calls Hardwood forest, north of Paris, France © Bruce Marcot
Strix occidentalis – Spotted Owl
Typical Call © Unknown
Strix varia / occidentalis – Hybrid Species
Hybrid Call Call of a Hybrid Barred / Spotted Owl (Strix varia / occidentalis) © Janice Reid
Male hybrid location call Olympic National Park, Washington, USA. © Keith Bagnall
Male hybrid location call Olympic National Park, Washington, USA. © Keith Bagnall
Strix varia – Barred Owl, Hoot Owl
Typical Call East Texas © Kevin Rawson
Call Variation East Texas © Kevin Rawson
Hoo-wah calls East Texas, July 15, 2006 © Kevin Rawson
Screams Recorded while Owls in flight © John Feith
Strix hylophila – Rusty-barred Owl, Brazilian Owl
Call Nova Friburgo, Brazil © Renato B. Pineschi
Strix rufipes – Rufous-legged Owl
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
Typical Male Kishert district, 1995-06-15 © Vadim Lapushkin
Adult Alarm Call Chaikovsky district, Russia, 1998-05-28 © Vadim Lapushkin
Female Contact & Male Territorial Calls Chaikovsky district, Russia, 1998-05-28 © Vadim Lapushkin
Fledglings 70 days old, Kishert district, 1999-08-11 © Vadim Lapushkin
Strix nebulosa – Great Gray Owl, Lapland Owl, Lapp Owl
Typical Male © Unknown
Juvenile begging shrieks © Ilkka Heiskanen
Adult alarm call near young Uinsky District, Perm, Russia, 08-08-2003 © Vladimir Kazakov
Strix woodfordii – African Wood Owl
Typical Call Male (probably) – western Democratic Republic of the Congo © Bruce Marcot
Typical Call Possibly female – northwestern Zimbabwe © Bruce Marcot
Strix virgata – Mottled Owl
Typical Call Costa Rica, 17th June, 1999 © Doug Von Gausig
Strix nigrolineata – Black and White Owl
Call El Pizote, Costa Rica, 22nd June 1999 © Doug Von Gausig
Strix huhula – Black-banded Owl
Typical Call Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Pulsatrix perspicillata – Spectacled Owl
Typical Call Costa Rica © Jorge F. Corrales
Threat Call, female El Gavilan, Costa Rica, June 1999 © Doug Von Gausig
Surnia ulula – Northern Hawk Owl
Typical Call © Unknown
Glaucidium brodiei – Collared Owlet, Collared Pygmy Owl
Typical Call Thailand © Dave Farrow
Call during day Taiwan © Wayne Hsu
Glaucidium perlatum – Pearl-spotted Owlet
Typical Call, Part 1 Namibia © Dave Farrow
Typical Call, Part 2 Given after part 1 and a short pause © Dave Farrow
Glaucidium californicum – Northern Pygmy Owl
Typical Call (male?) Douglas-fir forests of NW California © Bruce Marcot
Typical Call (female?) East of Monterrey, California © Doug Von Gausig
Glaucidium palmarum – Colima Pygmy Owl
Typical Call, male © Lars Koerner
Glaucidium mooreorum – Pernambuco Pygmy Owl
Typical Call October 1990 © Galileu Coelho
Glaucidium brasilianum – Ferruginous Pygmy Owl
Typical Call Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Glaucidium ridgwayi – Ridgway’s Pygmy Owl
Typical Call G. r. cactorum © Doug Von Gausig
Glaucidium radiatum – Barred Jungle Owlet
Typical Call North-eastern India © Bruce Marcot
Glaucidium castanonotum – Chesnut-backed Owlet
Typical Male Sri Lanka © Dave Farrow
Micrathene whitneyi – Elf Owl
Typical Call © Greg Clark
Disturbed © Greg Clark
Athene noctua – Little Owl
Typical Call, male © Brinzal
Excited © Brinzal
Alarm/warning Call © Steenuilgroningen
Disturbed © Steenuilgroningen
Young at nest Boltiere city, North Italy, July 2005 © Marco Mastrorilli
Athene cunicularia – Burrowing Owl
Typical Male © Unknown
Courtship calls? Goiania, Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Alarmed / Defensive Call Goiania, Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Aegolius funereus – Boreal Owl, Tengmalm’s Owl
Male territorial song © Brinzal
Chick calling © Brinzal
Aegolius acadicus – Northern Saw-whet Owl
Typical Call © John Feith
Typical Call north-western California © Bruce Marcot
Ninox rufa – Rufous Owl
Typical Male © Unknown
Ninox strenua – Powerful Owl, Great Hawk Owl
Typical Male Engadine, NSW, April 2004 © Richard Jackson
Typical Female Engadine, NSW, April 2005 © Richard Jackson
Female Single Hoot Ferntree Gully National Park, Victoria, April 1981 © Ed McNabb
10 week old Chick Begging Olinda State Forest, Victoria, October 1979 © Ed McNabb
Ninox connivens – Barking Owl, Winking Owl
Typical Call, female Chiltern, Victoria, January 1982 © Ed McNabb
Typical Calls © John Young
Female at nest calls to male © John Young
Screams Chiltern, Victoria, January 1982 © Ed McNabb
Juvenile Trilling Pilliga Forest, N.S.W. © Matthew Stanton
Juvenile Begging? Chiltern, Victoria, January 1982 © Ed McNabb
Ninox boobook – Boobook Owl, Spotted Hawk Owl
Typical Call Engadine, NSW, 2003-10-03 © Richard Jackson
Typical Duet © John Young
Ninox scutulata – Brown Hawk Owl, Oriental Hawk Owl
Pre-Call ‘Cooing’ Chitwan, Nepal © Dave Farrow
Typical Call Southern Primorski Krai in the Russian Far East © Bruce Marcot
Ninox affinis – Andaman Hawk Owl
Typical Call South Andaman © Dave Farrow
Ninox ochracea – Ochre-bellied Hawk Owl
Male territorial calls Dumogo Bone, Sulawesi © Dave Farrow
Ninox squamipila – Moluccan Hawk Owl, Indonesian Hawk Owl
Typical Calls (Duet?) Halmahera, Indonesia (N. s. hypogramma) © Dave Farrow
Ninox natalis – Christmas Island Hawk Owl
Barking Call © Richard Hill
Ninox punctulata – Speckled Hawk Owl
Typical Calls Lore Lindu, Sulawesi © Dave Farrow
Pre-call 1 Often precedes Typical call – Lore Lindu, Sulawesi © Dave Farrow
Pre-call 2 Often precedes Typical call – Lore Lindu, Sulawesi © Dave Farrow
Asio clamator – Striped Owl
Juvenile calling parent for food Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Agitated Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Asio otus – Long-eared Owl
Typical Male © Brinzal
Typical Female © Brinzal
Courtship wing clap © Brinzal
Young Brembo river, Bergamo, North Italy, July 2005 © Marco Mastrorilli
Fledged young France © Vivienne Lucas
Asio flammeus – Short-eared Owl
Typical Male © Brinzal
Female response (?) © Brinzal

Burung hantu, owl, suara burung hantu

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