4 or 5 birds were calling at dusk in the thorn scrub here, this is i suspect a male as it was lower pitched than some others. Very distinct to both African Scops and Socotra Scops Owl calls, and very hard to see! I made two dusk and one pre-dawn effort with just one glimpse as the reward
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CitationPhil Gregory, IBC1132853. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1132853.
Phil Gregory, IBC1132853. Sound recording of Arabian Scops-owl Otus pamelae at Ayn Hamran, Oman. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1132853.
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