The Chaco Owl is an owl which inhabits dry chaco woodland in southern Bolivia, western Paraguay and northern Argentina.
The Chaco owl is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.
The Chaco Owl (Strix chacoensis) is an owl which inhabits dry chaco woodland in southern Bolivia, western Paraguay and northern Argentina. References - * http://www.owlpages.com/owls.php?genus=Strix&species=chacoensis * König, Weick and Becking. 1999. "Owls: A Guide to the Owls of the World". Yale University Press Stub icon This Owl-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. More
night drives in this area Chaco Owl is regularly observed, as are large numbers of mammals, potentially including Jaguar and Giant Anteater. Day 8 We will bird briefly after breakfast before heading back towards Asunción, again birding along the way. Laughing Falcon is a charismatic species often seen on telegraph poles, while it is not unusual to see the vulnerable Crowned Eagle. Numerous raptor species including Southern Caracara, American Kestrel, Savanna, Zone-tailed, Harris's, Roadside and Crane Hawks can be seen along the route. More
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CHACO OWL Strix chacoensis CHACO The Chaco Owl is considered one of the Chaco "Big 5", the five species that top every birders list when they visit the remotest part of our wonderful country. It is a large owl, belonging to the "Wood Owl" group and in the far north of the Chaco can actually be quite numerous in places. More
The Chaco Owl (Strix chacoensis) is an owl which inhabits dry chaco woodland in southern Bolivia, western Paraguay and northern Argentina. * Rufous-legged Owl The Rufous-legged Owl (Strix rufipes) is a medium sized owl with no ear tufts. Its upper parts are rufous brown barred with white with more white on the head and nape. More
The Chaco Owl (Strix chacoensis) is an owl which inhabits dry chaco woodland in southern Bolivia, western Paraguay and northern Argentina. - ABOUT ME More
Chaco owls are strictly nocturnal (active at night). Very little is known about their breeding habits in the wild. They roost during the day close to the trunk of the tree or in a tree hole if there is one available. More
Chaco Owl Strix chacoensis = Described by: Cherrie; Reichenberger (1921) Alternate common name(s): None known by website authors Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors Photographs No photographs are available for this species Range Sc. tropical South America; Se. Bolivia (se. Santa Cruz), w. Paraguay (Chaco) and n. Argentina. More
Chaco Owl - Strix chacoensis = species-Strix-chacoensis-1 species-Strix-chacoensis-2 Status: Uncertain. Original Description: Cherrie, George Kruck, & Reichenberger, Elsie M.B. (Mrs.). 1921. American Museum Novitates (Am. Mus. Novit.), no. 27: p 1. References:K More
Not a native UK Owl, this is "Newton" the Chaco Owl at the Falconry Centre, Hagley. Canon EOS 20D ,Canon EF 300mm f/4L IS USM 1/60s f/5.6 at 300. More
The Chaco Owl is found in South America in the Gran Chaco region of Argentina & Paraguay. The area is sparsely populated, dry, semi-arid with thorny shrubs, cacti & small groups of trees. They prey mainly on small birds, mammals & other vertebrates, but will also feed on insects, spiders & scorpions. They are predominantly nocturnal hunters starting from dusk. Daytimes they roost mainly in dense bushes or trees, sometimes on the ground. More
The Chaco Owl used to be a sub-species of the Rufous-legged Owl (Strix rufipes) but recent studies have seperated them into a species. The site, including content and images is copyright More
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