Great Eared Nightjar

Several populations are given subspecies status and include:

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

Great Eared Nightjar Eurostopodus macrotis cerviniceps - Adult in flight Great Eared Nightjar Photographer : More

Great Eared Nightjar Eurostopodus macrotis macrotis Great Eared Nightjar Photographer : More

Great Eared Nightjar - Eurostopodus macrotis Engoulevent oreillard = Engoulevent oreillard Le guide ornitho : Les 848 espèces d'Europe en 4000 dessins Gallery : © John Gould Site web : Order : Caprimulgiformes Family : Caprimulgidae Species : Great Eared Nightjar Reference: jogo53182 Copy forbidden without prior authorization. More

Great Eared Nightjar (Eurostopodus macrotis) in Kumaon Hills - Date: 26. December 1999, 10pm Observers: Robert Wynands, Ulrike Bischler (both birding tourists), Asheesh (owner of the Call-of-the-Wild lodge) and his little son, one more person (whose name I do not know) with unbelievable spotting skills at night, wielding a spotlight. Contact: Robert Wynands ( Optics: One Optolyth spotting scope (30x magnification, 80mm lens aperture), two high-quality 7x42 Zeiss binoculars. More

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Great Eared Nightjar Eurostopodus macrotis constitutes the prime confusion species and numerous unsubstantiated claims of Heinrich's Nightjar persist, originating from the fact that few observers seem to realise that the subspecies macropterus endemic to Sulawesi is strikingly different from the huge harrier-like E. m. cerviniceps of mainland South-East Asia that they have usually become acquainted with previously. More

Great Eared Nightjar, Eurostopodus macrotis White-throated Eared Nightjar, Eurostopodus mystacalis Papuan Eared Nightjar, Eurostopodus papuensis Malaysian Eared Nightjar, Eurostopodus temminckii External links - * Nightjar videos on the Internet Bird Collection - Home | Up | Callaeidae | Caprimulgidae | Casuariidae | Cathartidae | Charadriidae | More

Order : Caprimulgiformes
Family : Caprimulgidae
Genus : Eurostopodus
Species : macrotis
Authority : (Vigors, 1831)