Species of Thailand
Oriental scops owl
Thai: นกเค้าหูยาวเล็ก, nok khao hu yaw lek
Binomial name: Otus sunia, Brian Houghton Hodgson, 1836
The Oriental Scops Owl (Otus sunia) is a species of Scops owl found in South Asia. They are found in dry deciduous forests. They are usually detected by their distinctive call. There have been 2 records of Oriental Scops Owl in Alaska.
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- Otus sunia
- Thai: นกเค้าหูยาวเล็ก, nok khao hu yaw lek
Least Concern (IUCN3.1)
- Bangkok Province
- Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary
- Chiang Saen District, Chiang Rai
- Doi Inthanon National Park
- Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park
- Hat Chao Mai National Park
- Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary
- Kaeng Krachan District, Phetchaburi
- Kaeng Krachan National Park
- Khao Luang National Park
- Khao Phra - Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary
- Khao Soi Dao Wildlife Sanctuary
- Khao Yai National Park
- Kui Buri National Park
- Mae Ai District, Chiang Mai
- Mae Ping National Park
- Mae Wong National Park
- Pai District, Mae Hong Son
- Phu Chi Fa Forest Park
- Phu Khiao Wildlife Sanctuary
- Phu Suan Sai National Park
- Phuket Province
- Sri Phang-nga National Park
- Thanyaburi District, Pathum Thani
- Thap Lan National Park
Range map of Otus sunia in Thailand
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