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Billede information:
Fugleart: Mosehornugle - (Asio flammeus) - Short-eared Owl
Fugleart (IOC): Mosehornugle (Asio flammeus) Short-eared Owl - species factsheet
Stemme: Stemmer findes her (eksternt link).
Titel / info: ssp?
Lokalitet: West beach of Villa do Corvo, Acorerne
Dato: 19. oktober 2011
Billede info: It is a strange looking bird, buff tone, no white belly... The bird arrived at the same time than a American Great White Egret, could it be coming from same place !?! Any comments are welcome.
Billede opsætning: Canon 1D Mark IV + 2,0TC III + 500mm F4
Fotograf: Vincent Legrand, Belgien
www.vincentlegrand.com
Uploadet den: 20. oktober 2011
Hits: Billedet har været vist 2711 gange.
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Kommentarer:

Anders Wiig Nielsen skriver fredag 21. oktober 2011 kl. 17.11
Though I'm really not an expert this dark and heavy streaked bird looks very much like an individual from North America or The Antilles.. As you almost suggest yourself.
For separating the birds from The Antilles from those of N.A. you might have to get a look at the back too. Antillean birds have fine streaks on the lower part of the belly and are darker than N.A. birds, on the back, with "distinct buffy spots on scapulars" (Sibley).


Anders Wiig Nielsen skriver fredag 21. oktober 2011 kl. 17.26
After having watched some more photos, my guess would be an individual from North America, since the wings have clearly white spots and the streaking of the belly reaches the legs.



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