Powerful Owl

The Powerful Owl has large brown eyes, grey-brown V-barring on all features, large feathers and dull yellow feet. They are aptly named, with very powerful and heavy claws. Average length is 60 cm with a wingspan of 140 cm and weight of 1.5 kg .

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The Powerful Owl is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

We were lucky enough to have a Powerful owl make his temporary home in the gardens May07 to about October but I think he ate himself out of the area as I haven’t seen him since. But yes what and honor to experience him! My brother lives up Marathon Road Briag. More

Distribution of Powerful Owl records x bioregion in south-west Victoria, Source: Victorian Fauna database 2005 Powerful Owl Ninox strenua Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Strigiformes Family: Strigidae Status Victoria: vulnerable FFG: listed More

Powerful Owl on a branch. Powerful Owl on a branch. Photo: T Quested © T Quested Distribution map of Ninox strenua Distribution map of Ninox strenua Map © Birds Australia Birdata Did you know? The Powerful Owl is Australia's largest owl. More

The Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua) is a species of owl native to south-eastern and eastern Australia, the largest owl on that continent. It is found in coastal areas, the Great Dividing Range no more than 200 km inland. More

Powerful Owl on Mt. Coot-tha (Photo by Narca) Our friend John Coons, a leader for Field Guides, has given us a tip about where to find a Powerful Owl: the track at Mt. Coot-tha near Brisbane. We arrive there and find a whole maze of trails, none of them seeming to match John's description of the place. So... what to do? It's early morning in eastern Australia; mid-afternoon––yesterday––in Arizona. More

Powerful Owls are winter breeders, nesting in late May to early June. Almost like clockwork, the female enters her nest hollow at the same time each year. The female Powerful Owl lays an almost spherical, dull white egg around four to five centimetres in diameter, usually laying another after a gap of a few days. More

The Powerful Owl, Ninox strenua, is Australia's largest and most powerful owl. It's also the only owl in Australia that hoots like the owls in children's books - "whoo hoo" - rather than screeching like a barn owl. From March to April, Powerful Owls start hooting more frequently. The male is the one making most of the ruckus, calling to tell other owl pairs that this is his territory. More

Powerful OwlThe Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua) is a species of owl native to south-eastern and eastern Australia. It is found in coastal areas and in the Great Dividing Range, no more than 200 km inland. It has large brown eyes, grey-brown V-barring on all features, large feathers and dull yellow feet. Size is 60–66 cm and is very powerful with heavy claws. More

Give a hoot for our Powerful Owl friend! Yes, that's his real name (scientific name Ninox strenua). He wears his power suit and tie just to reaffirm his stature. He also cares greatly for the forest and encourages everyone, not just owls, to stop polluting. This is a digital archival print created from original pen and ink drawing. 8x10" - Comes with backing in plastic sleeve just for you - all ready to pop in a frame. More

The Powerful Owl is Australia More

The Australian Powerful Owl is an endangered species and warrants specific management for conservation. There is currently very little information known about the genetic makeup of this species. Genetic potential is critical to species survival; knowing how closely related individuals and communities are will improve our understanding of the owl's biology, and the future needs of the species include maintaining owls throughout their entire range. More

Powerful Owl at the botanic gardens = Powerful Owl at the botanic gardens by aaardvaark.A small story... If you look at the photos I posted last night, you'll see that a few of us went on a night-time search for Powerful Owls in a large forestry reserve about 50km from Canberra. More

The Powerful Owl is found predominantly in wet sclerophyll forests from Rockhampton in Queensland down through the east coast and the Great Dividing Range to the Dawson River area of south-eastern South Australia. It is a shy bird, often living in pairs. The owl occupies a large permanent territory between 800 and 1000 hectares. The owl rests by day in tall trees which provides expansive views of the territory. More

Powerful Owls are not listed as threatened on the Australian Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. However, their conservation status varies from state to state within Australia. For example: * The Powerful Owl is listed as threatened on the Victorian Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act (1988). Under this Act, an Action Statement for the recovery and future management of this species has been prepared. More

Powerful Owl Action Statement = This is taken from the DNRE's website. If you have problems, access the Action Statement via the DNRE website www.nre.vic.gov.au Action Statement No. 92 Powerful Owl Ninox strenua . More

Powerful Owl Ninox strenua juvenile in flight 563/958 - 240.020.000.070 species-Ninox-strenua-7 Powerful Owl Ninox strenua juvenile 564/958 - 240.020.000.080 species-Ninox-strenua-8 Powerful Owl Ninox strenua 565/958 - 240.020.000.090 species-Ninox-strenua-9 Powerful Owl Ninox strenua 566/958 - 240.020.000.100 species-Ninox-strenua-10 Powerful Owl Ninox strenua Juvenile 567/958 - 240.020.000. More

Voice: The Powerful Owl's voice is a slowly uttered, rather mournful, loud, two-syllable note that sounds like "woo-hoo", each note lasting just over half a second with a brief pause in between. The second note is often slightly higher pitched than the first, more so in the female than in the male. The male's voice is slightly deeper than female's. There are also various other calls associated with breeding and nesting, including a strange, tremulous, sheep-like bleating uttered be either sex around the nest. More

The Great Horned Owl is the strongest and most powerful owl in Tennessee. It nests during the winter in open wooded areas and uses old hawk or squirrel nests. These owls eat small mammals, rodents, birds, snakes, and other owls. The Great Horned Owl loves to eat skunks. YUCK! The call of this owl is 3 short hoots and 2 long hoots. Did you know... Owl Pellets are balls of undigested fur, bones and teeth coughed up by the Owl after eating. More

Powerful OwlThis deft hunter is Australasia's largest owl. Its staring yellow eyes contrast dramatically with dark, greyish-brown plumage on its upper body, speckled with cream coloured bars. Its underbody is white with dark V-shaped markings. Its head is covered with distinctive white or pale brown plumage, with dark brown patches above the eyes. Juvenile Powerful Owls wear a beautiful white 'crown', with white plumage streaked with brown on their breast and belly. More

Powerful owls often roost with the remains of prey clutched in their talons. Although there is some evidence of a global population decline, scientists estimate there are about 500 pairs in Victoria, 1,000 to 1,500 pairs in northeast New South Wales, and 125 pairs on public lands in southeast New South Wales. More

The Powerful Owl is Australia's largest owl. Their sound is a slow, haunting, "wooooow wooooow", usually two "woooow's" but occasionally one. Powerful Owl - Ninox strenua Photo: Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney NSW. High Resolution (2000 x 3008) Powerful Owl - Ninox strenua Photo: Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney NSW. High Resolution (1423 x 1864) Powerful Owl - Ninox strenua Artwork: John Gould, 'The Birds of Australia', 1848. More

The Powerful Owl is the largest owl in Australasia. It is a typical hawk-owl, with staring yellow eyes and no facial-disc. Adults reach 60 cm in length, have a wingspan of up to 140 cm and weigh up to 1.45 kilograms. Males are larger than females. The upper parts of the Powerful Owl are dark, greyish-brown with indistinct off-white bars. The underparts are whitish with dark greyish-brown V-shaped markings. More

was a Powerful Owl in the Australian National Botanic Gardens. I also knew that this was one of the places we were definitely planning to visit. As the day approached I had a great deal of excited anticipation. You see, I’d never seen a Powerful Owl ever before. Everyone was saying how easy it was to see this individual roosting in one of the trees near the Visitor Centre of the gardens. More

The Powerful Owl has large brown eyes, grey-brown V-barring on all features, large feathers and dull yellow feet. Size is 60–66 cm and is very powerful with heavy claws. Distribution - Range is from Eungella in Queensland south to the central highlands of Victoria and west to Mt Burr in South Australia. More

the freeway so we can record the Powerful Owl sign for posterity IncB — 12 mai 2006 — The dynamic Mandrew forces me to u-turn on the freeway so we can record the Powerful Owl sign for posterityCatégorie : Humour Tags :owl driving powerful Chargement… J'aime Enregistrer dans Partager E-mail Skyrock Facebook Twitter MySpace Live Spaces Blogger orkut Buzz reddit Digg Chargement… Connectez-vous ou inscrivez-vous dès maintenant ! Publier un commentaire * 1800SuperCoolDude il y a 1 an What an epic!!! One More

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Order : Strigiformes
Family : Strigidae
Genus : Ninox
Species : strenua
Authority : (Gould, 1838)
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