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Has been proposed that species be included in Pseudoscops, but DNA studies appear to confirm its placement in Asio; closely related to A. otus. Populations of Taxonomy · Descriptive notes · Food and feeding · Breeding. The stygian owl (Asio stygius) is a medium-sized dusky colored owl. It has yellow eyes, a black beak, a dark blackish facial disk, and white eyebrows. Stygian Owl - Asio stygius The Stygian Owl is a bird of Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean. While its range is well south of the United States and it is.
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Feeds on bats, and birds such as doves, as well as small mammals and insects. Populations from south-east Brazil appear to asio stygius mostly on small gregarious birds such as grassquits and other passerines.
Birds are taken at their night time perches, detected by their own involuntarily sounds when touching the foliage. Asio stygius Owls normally hunt from a perch.
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Bats are captured on the wing. It seems to be able to nest both in trees and on the asio stygius.
Stygian Owl (Asio stygius) - BirdLife species factsheet
This owl was observed using abandoned nests of other birds in trees. During asio stygius courtship period, male claps wings under body in flight.
Female lays two eggs and incubates them alone. Both parents feed the young. Its underparts are a dingy buff color with asio stygius brown barring and streaks. The upperparts are reverse, buff barring and streaks on a dark background.
For the general terms and conditions of ToL material reuse and redistribution, please see the Tree of Life Copyright Policies. First online 04 June Content asio stygius 04 Asio stygius Citing this page: Stygian Owls have been noted for nesting in stick nests built by other species, but they have also been found to nest on the ground, and nest in junctions of large tree branches.
Asio stygius (Stygian Owl)
The female evidently incubates the eggs by herself, but both the male and female will help to raise the young. Males have a strong, desending Huuuuu. Agitated birds of both sexes asio stygius a wok-wok-wok call.