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Diets of long-eared owls from three habitats in north-central Oregon

John M. Barss

Diets of long-eared owls from three habitats in north-central Oregon

by John M. Barss

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Published by Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Nongame Wildlife Program in Portland, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Owls -- Oregon, Central -- Food.,
  • Long-eared owl.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 29-30.

    StatementJohn M. Barss.
    SeriesTechnical report / Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Nongame Wildlife Program -- 82-3-08B., Technical report (Oregon. Nongame Wildlife Program) -- 82-3-08B.
    ContributionsOregon. Nongame Wildlife Program.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 31 p. :
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15161586M

    Ecological notes on the long-eared and great horned owls along the Columbia River. R. L., D. Every, & A. W. Erickson. Seasonal food habits of upland gamebirds along the north-central Columbia River. & R. J. Anderson. The bald eagle. Chapter 13 in R. Brown, ed. Management of Wildlife and Fish Habitats in Forests of Western. Age class structure varies in mixed stands with a California black oak component. In stands where fire has been excluded, there is a trend towards mostly mature (>50 years) California black oaks, few seedlings and sprouts, and almost no saplings [].In a Placer County, California, mixed-conifer-California black oak stand, mean California black oak age was years, ranging from 58 to years [].

    Chung-MacCoubrey, A., and L. DeLay. Spatial arrangement of long-eared, fringed, and long-legged myotis roosts in pinyon-juniper woodlands of central New Mexico. In: Remote Sensing and Geospatial Technologies for the New Millenium (J.D. Greer, ed.). Cicero, C. Oak Titmouse (Baeolophus inornatus) and Juniper Titmouse (Baeolophus. Abundance and habitat associations of Elf Owls and Western Screech-Owls in the Sonoran Desert. Southwest. Nat. (U.S. For. Serv., P.O. Box 7, Blairsden, CA , USA; EM: [email protected])Abundance of Micrathene whitneyi did not change from to and was greater than Otus kennicottii abundance each year.

    (North Central Res. Stn., USDA For. Serv., ABNR, Univ. Missouri, Columbia, MO , USA; EM: dburhans/[email protected])Mean and minimum nest concealment did not explain occurrence of predation or brood parasitism for any of 3 bird species studied. Full text of "Wyoming ornithology: a history & bibliography, with species & Wyoming area indexes" See other formats.


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Diets of long-eared owls from three habitats in north-central Oregon by John M. Barss Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The species breeds in many areas through Europe and the Palearctic, as well Class: Aves. John M. Barss has written: 'Diets of long-eared owls from three habitats in north-central Oregon' -- subject(s): Food, Owls, Long-eared owl Asked in Birds of Prey, Owls Are the long eared owls.

Minnesota Seasonal Status: A regular breeding resident, migrant, and likely winter resident. Targeted searches by Hertzel and Hertzel during the winters of – and – strongly indicated overwintering of Long-eared Owls in the southern third of the Long-eared Owl was a rare species during the Minnesota Breeding Bird Atlas (MNBBA).

Habitat is useful in separating Short-eared Owls from Long-eared Owls, the latter being predominantly a woodland dweller. The Long-eared Owl is also more slender with much longer ear tufts. Burrowing Owl also inhabits open country but is smaller (24 centimeters vs.

38 centimeters), has relatively longer legs, a yellow to whitish bill, and (in. In New Jersey, breeding Long-eared owls are rare and can be found in north-western, north-central, and south-western portions of the state.

Long-eared owls require a mosaic of wooded and open habitats. Both roosting and nesting sites may be located within dense stands of either natural or ornamental coniferous trees. The barred owl (Strix varia), also known as northern barred owl or, more informally, hoot owl, is a large species of owl.A member of the true owl family, Strigidae, they belong to the genus Strix, which is also the origin of the family’s name under Linnaean taxonomy.

Barred owls are brown to gray overall with dark striping on the underside contrasted immediately above that with similarly. The barn, eastern screech, great horned, short-eared, Northern Saw-whet, long-eared, burrowing and barred are the eight species of owls found in Alabama.

According to Alabama Wildlife Damage Management, the barred owl is the species most common in the state, while the Northern Saw-whet, the long-eared and the burrowing owls are rarely seen.

Habitat. Great Horned Owls are supreme generalists. They are found in more varied habitats than any other owl in North America. They often use wooded habitats, especially during the breeding season when trees or heavy brush provide cover.

The mountains of Northeastern Washington are one of the best places in North America to find three boreal forest owls: the Great Gray Owl, Northern Hawk Owl and.

The great horned owl (Bubo virginianus), also known as the tiger owl (originally derived from early naturalists' description as the "winged tiger" or "tiger of the air") or the hoot owl, is a large owl native to the is an extremely adaptable bird with a vast range and is the most widely distributed true owl in the Americas.

Its primary diet is rabbits and hares, rats and mice, and. The Barred Owl’s hooting call, “Who cooks for you. Who cooks for you-all?” is a classic sound of old forests and treed swamps. But this attractive owl, with soulful brown eyes and brown-and-white-striped plumage, can also pass completely unnoticed as it flies noiselessly through the dense canopy or snoozes on a tree limb.

Originally a bird of the east, during the twentieth century it. Owls of North America Go to genus: Tyto ~ Psiloscops ~ Megascops ~ Bubo ~ Pulsatrix ~ Strix ~ Lophostrix ~ Surnia ~ Glaucidium ~ Micrathene ~ Athene ~ Aegolius ~ Asio See also: Owls of The World, C entral America, S outh America, Africa, Europe, M iddle East, Asia, Oceania.

Mammals comprised 63 and 62% of all prey items identified in diets of spotted and great horned owls, respectively, and 94 and 95% of prey biomass.

Both species primarily preyed on a few groups of. reproductive output of coexisting Kestrels and Long-eared Owls. Oecologia 74 The book begins with a description of habitats and vegetation types in the high country, and which raptors are. Barred owls are perceived to be forcing spotted owls out of their habitats and causing local extinctions, but one current hypothesis (to be tested by this project) is that spotted owls may compete better with barred owls in dry forests of the eastern Cascade Mountains than in the more mesic and wet west-side and coast range Overview Overview.

Short-eared Owl (Asio flammeus), a State Special Concern bird, has been found breeding at a very small number of sites in the central and northwestern parts of the sin provides very important wintering habitat for this species. The Short-eared Owl is a medium-sized owl with long, narrow wings, a round head with yellow eyes and very short ear-tufts rarely visible.

Long-eared myotis (Myotis evotis) Taxonomy: Family Vespertilionidae. Also called long-eared bat and little big-eared bat. Six subspecies are recognized including Myotis evotis evotis which occurs in the Park region.

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Changes in the character of stream water dissolved organic carbon during flushing in three small watersheds, Oregon. The influence of broadcast tape-recorded calls on captures of fall migrant Northern Saw-whet Owls (Aegolius acadicus) and Long-eared Owls: Evans, David L. Distribution and extent of tree mortality in North Central.

N orthern California is home t o many of the owls found in North America: Great Gray, California Spotted, Barred, Great Horned, Western Screech, Flammulated, Northern Saw-whet, Northern Pygmy, Long-eared, Short-eared, Burrowing, Barn Owl.

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