French: Ninoxe ocrée German: Ockerbauchkauz Spanish: Nínox ocráceo
Other common names:
Negrilama, north-east Sulawesi
Sulawesi and Butung; also reported from Benteng, Togian I#R#R.
25–29 cm; no data on body mass. Small to medium-sized boobook (wing length 176–195 mm) with chestnut-brown upperparts, cinnamon-tawny underparts, white... read more
Commonest call is series of hoarse, somewhat guttural, single “kau” notes, developing... read more
Primary and tall secondary lowland forest and riverine forest, to c. 1000 m. Reports of present... read more
Food and feeding
Food apparently unrecorded, but insects, presumably, are part of diet. Hunts from perches in mid-storey or lower canopy, particularly where... read more
No information. Presumably resident aside from dispersive movements of juveniles.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near Threatened. CITES II. Restricted-range species: present in Sulawesi EBA. Rough population estimate of 15,000–30,000... read more
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