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Alternative name: Togian Hawk-Owl

Ninox burhani

Identification

No ear tufts, dark, pale-scalloped mantle, dark facial disc, grey bill, white underwings and undertail patterned with fine black spots, and pale underparts with broad pale brown streaks on the upper breast, becoming less dense on the abdomen.

Discovered 25th December, 1999.

Distribution

Three islands in the Togian group, an archipelago in the Gulf of Tomini off the coast of Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Taxonomy

Habitat

Disturbed lowland and hill forest, and scrubby forest.

Behaviour

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