Mottled owl at Panama fruit feeder


This 21 December 2020 video says about itself:

Panama Fruit Feeder New Cam Species: Mottled Owl

A Mottled Owl landed on the feeder for a look about. Perhaps it was drawn in by the Orange Nectar Bats that are common nighttime visitors to the nectar feeder? This owl thrives in tropical lowland forests, plantations, gardens, and towns. They roost during the day in the dense cover of tall trees, though at night they often hunt from low perches such as fence posts and road signs. Note the rounded head and the eyes framed with whitish crescents and the overall brown plumage that is streaked below.

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