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Long-whiskered Owlet
Xenoglaux loweri
(1988) 7 points, (1994) 7 points, (2001) 7 points,
 
 
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1 seen, 1 heard 1,3 km below Owlet Lodge on a trail just passed the entrance gate. 300 meters passed the Wattled Guan and 100 meter after the Night Monkeys. Just before the difficult passage in the dark of the river bed. The birds hooted from just before dusk till 3 hours after dusk, with only a few pauzes. It was difficult to get them in view because they hided behind branches in the lower canopy, but finally we succeeded. We couldn't get enough light on them to be able to make pictures. They fled with a lot of light on them immediately, but came back after a quarter of an hour of patience. Also observed only heard but for a long time two days earlier. Both days there was light rainy circumstances with sometimes moonlight and lightning
 Peru NC,C Has observations Amazonas Abra PatriciaHas observations
 
 
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2010
Nov 18
Country: Peru
Region: Amazonas
Sub-Region: Abra Patricia
1 seen, 1 heard 1,3 km below Owlet Lodge on a trail just passed the entrance gate. 300 meters passed the Wattled Guan and 100 meter after the Night Monkeys. Just before the difficult passage in the dark of the river bed. The birds hooted from just before dusk till 3 hours after dusk, with only a few pauzes. It was difficult to get them in view because they hided behind branches in the lower canopy, but finally we succeeded. We couldn't get enough light on them to be able to make pictures. They fled with a lot of light on them immediately, but came back after a quarter of an hour of patience. Also observed only heard but for a long time two days earlier. Both days there was light rainy circumstances with sometimes moonlight and lightning
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