Asian Brown Wood Owl (Strix leptogrammica)
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‘Fred & Ginger’
Size: Length 46-53cm
Status: Fairly common
Habitat: Woodland and forest. India, China to South East Asia.
Reproduction: 2 eggs. December to January.
Diet: Large birds, rodents lizards and the odd fish!

Raptor Facts

These are large powerful birds that fly swiftly and silently through the forests. They have even been known to kill monitor lizards! They are normally found up to heights of 2800 metres but the highest recorded pairs lived at altitudes of 4300 metres. This is a highly vocal owl with an amazing call that they repeat at intervals of only 10 seconds.

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