Tyto alba


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mottled buff and white owl often inhabiting barns and other structures

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Within the fire's 9,809 hectares (24,238 acres) bum zone was the entire campus of California State University Channel Islands, home to our on-going exploration of Tyto alba (Bam Owl) population ecology.
Vertebrados depredados por Tyto alba (Aves: Tytonidae) en las proximidades del rio Corintos (provincia del Chubut, Argentina).
It considerably hikes up the final cost," Varanaviciene, from Tyto Alba, notes.
The birds infested were: Buteo jamaicensis (7/12), Parabuteo unicinctus (2/12), Buteo swainsoni (1/12), Caracara cheriway (1/12) and Tyto alba (1/12) (Table 1).
ONE of Broad Street's regular visitors, the tyto alba or common barn owl, was spotted by a night warden on his evening patrol.
The "barn" owl name conjures visions of Americana, but this owl actually is a distinctly international species: The barn owl, Tyto alba, glides the night skies over Australian grasslands, Indian deltas, African savannahs and South American rain forests.
De acuerdo al cuadro 2, se postulan como presuntos predadores dos especies de lechuzas, por su gran tamano, habitos de caza y biologia son: Tyto alba y Pulsatrix perpicillata, lo que no es extrano ya que de acuerdo a Andrews (1990) son las lechuzas los mayores contribuyentes de las asociaciones fosiles de micromamiferos, en especial de roedores.
Flannery avoided such a subjective approach for creating a sample by utilizing the entire set of rodent remains uncovered, which were deposited by owls (particularly Tyto alba, the common Barn Owl), as the equivalent of a random sample.
1991: Differential predation of size and sex classes of mice by the barn owl, Tyto alba.
Diet of tawny owl Strix aluco was studied in gardens of National Agronomical Institute of El Harrach during 1996 and 1997 and that of barn owl Tyto alba in Jardin d'Essai of Hamma in 1997.
Los restos hallados en egagropilas corresponden a acumulaciones en su mayoria generadas por las aves estrigiformes Tyto alba (Tytonidae), Athene cunicularia y Bubo magellanicus (Strigidae).
Seasonal variation in the diet of the barn owl Tyto alba stertens in central Punjab, Pakistan.