|Western Screech Owl (Otus Kennicottii)||
Screech Owl is aptly named as it can be found in the western areas of
Canada. Centrally, Western and Eastern Screech Owls interbreed. This species
tends to be larger than its eastern counterpart and lacks the red morph
variant of its eastern cousin. Western Screech Owls have black beaks rather
than bone, greenish or yellow beaks characteristic of Eastern Screech
Owls. This species also has a different series of calls that easily distinguish
it from the Eastern.
Owl vocalizations recorded by Kara Kristjanson.
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