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Australian Wildlife

Australian Owls



Barn Owls, Grass Owls

Barn Owl
(Tyto alba)
Barn Owl
The Barn Owl has sandy brown and light grey upperparts and white to cream underparts with a 'heart-shaped' disc on face. Click to continue>
Grass Owl
(Tyto capensis)
Grass Owl
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Lesser Sooty Owl
(Tyto multipunctata)
Lesser Sooty Owl
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Masked Owl
(Tyto novaehollandiae)
Masked Owl
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Typical Owls

Buffy Fish-Owl
(Ketupa ketupu)
Buffy Fish-Owl
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Barking Owl
(Ninox connivens)
Barking Owl
The Barking Owl is grey-brown above, with white spots on the wings, and whitish below Click to continue>
Boobook Owl
(Ninox novaeseelandiae)
Boobook Owl
The Boobook Owl is the smallest and most common owl in Australia. It is dark brown above and rufous-brown below with white streaks and spots. The face has brown disc and the eyes are large and yellow. Young Boobooks are whitish with dark brown faces. Click to continue>
Brown Hawk-Owl
(Ninox scutulata)
Brown Hawk-Owl
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Powerful Owl
(Ninox strenua)
Powerful Owl
The Powerful Owl is a large owl with yellow eyes. It is dark brown above mottled and barred whitish. It is white below with grey-brown v-shaped markings. The feet are yellowish. Immatures are paler with heavier white barring and white face with... Click to continue>
Rufous Owl
(Ninox rufa)
Rufous Owl
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