Little sumba hawk-owl

Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.

The Little sumba hawk-owl is classified as Near Threatened (NT), is close to qualifying for or is likely to qualify for a threatened category in the near future.

Little Sumba Hawk-owl Ninox sumbaensis 2009 IUCN Red List Category (as evaluated by BirdLife International - the official Red List Authority for birds for IUCN): Near Threatened Justification This poorly known species is treated as Near Threatened as it is thought to have a moderately small population which has almost certainly declined through forest clearance within its range. Further research is a priority for improving this assessment of its status. More

Recently, it was described as Little Sumba Hawk-owl Ninox sumbaensis (Olsen, J, Wink, M, Sauer-G More

The little Sumba hawk-owl, Ninox sumbaensis, is a new species related to Australia's powerful owl and southern boobook. PDF file Download Article (27 KB) ECOS Magazine 2002 (Issue 113) RSSSubscribe to our email Contents Alert or RSS feeds for the latest stories Deutscher Chipper Shredder 650 a powerful belt driven machine. Deutscher Y560 self-propelled, 2 forward speed mower. Deutscher H660 heavy duty, self-propelled, 2 forward speed, 1 reverse mower. Units are powered by Briggs & Stratton or Honda engines. More

Little Sumba Hawk-Owl Ninox sumbaensis se Indonesia: Sumba Island insert after: Ninox boobook Jerry Olsen, Michael Wink, Hedi Sauer-G More

Little Sumba Hawk-Owl - Ninox sumbaensis = species-Ninox-sumbaensis-1 Since the late 1980s, an unknown owl of the Genus Otus has been reported on the island of Sumba in Indonesia. Through DNA testing, this Owl has now been identified as a Ninox owl, but different to Ninox novaeseelandiae (Southern Boobook Owl), Ninox scutulata (Brown Hawk Owl) and Ninox rudolfi (Sumba Boobook) that are present in Indonesia. More

Order : Strigiformes
Family : Strigidae
Genus : Ninox
Species : sumbaensis
Authority : Olsen, Wink, Sauer-Gurth and Trost, 2002