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  • The familiar naevus flammeus front right of the scalp flickered in ads for Pizza Hut and Louis Vuitton.

    The Return

  • Birds of prey such as snowy owls, short-eared owls (Asio flammeus), jaegers (skuas – Stercorarius spp.), and rough-legged buzzards (Buteo lagopus) are lemming and vole specialists that are only able to breed at peak lemming densities and which aggregate in areas with high lemming densities.

    Effects of changes in climate and UV radiation levels on structure of arctic ecosystems in the short and long term

  • Some of these fearless, endemic predators are the Galapagos hawk (Buteo galapagoenis), the subspecies Galapagos barn owl (Tyto punctissima) and short-eared owl (Asio flammeus).

    Galápagos Islands xeric scrub

  • The short-eared owl, Asio flammeus, the green-backed firecrown, Sephanoides sephaniodes, the austral thrush, Turdus falcklandii, and the austral blackbird, Guracus curaeus, are shared with continental Chile.

    Juan Fernández Islands temperate forests

  • A hop across the English Channel may therefore seem no trouble at all, and indeed we know that some European owls, like Long-eared owls Asio otus and Short-eared owls A. flammeus, cross bodies of water like the North Sea regularly.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • Lower Hawaiian dry forest was habitat for several forest birds, such as honeycreepers, fly catchers, flightless rails, other flightless birds (now extinct), and the Hawaiian owl (Asio flammeus sandwicensis).

    Hawaii tropical dry forests

  • Common owl species include: Asio flammeus, and Otus scops.

    Sayan montane conifer forests

  • _P.r. flammeus_ and _mexicanus_ seem to intergrade in northern Coahuila.

    Birds from Coahuila, Mexico

  • The size of No. 32060 (wing, 80 mm.; tail, 62 mm.) suggests that the specimen is an intergrade between _P.r. flammeus_ and _mexicanus_.

    Birds from Coahuila, Mexico

  • Marsh and Stevenson (1938: 287) took a specimen of _P.r. flammeus_

    Birds from Coahuila, Mexico


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