Genus Ketupa


Blakiston's Fish-Owl - It feeds on a variety of aquatic prey, including fish and amphibians, but also takes small mammals and birds to the size of hazel grouse . It also takes carrion, as evidenced by fish owls in Russia being trapped in snares set for furbearing mammals, which use raw meat as bait.


Tawny Fish Owl - The Tawny Fish-owl, Bubo flavipes, is a species of owl. It used to be placed in Ketupa with the other fish-owls, but that group is tentatively included with the eagle-owls in Bubo, until the affiliations of the fish-owls and fishing-owls can be resolved more precisely.

Brown Fish Owl - The Brown Fish-owl is an owl. This species is a part of the family known as typical owls, Strigidae, which contains most living owls. It inhabits the warm subtropical and humid tropical parts of continental Asia and some offshore islands.

Order : Strigiformes
Family : Strigidae
Genus : Ketupa