Barred owl

Barred owl
Scientific classification e
Species:S. varia
Binomial name
Strix varia
Barton, 1799
  • S. v. georgica
  • S. v. helveola
  • S. v. varia
Strix varia map.svg

Syrnium varium

The barred owl (Strix varia), also known as northern barred owl or hoot owl, is a true owl native to eastern North America. Adults are large, and are brown to grey with barring on the chest.[2] Barred owls have expanded their range to the west coast of the United States and Canada, where they are considered invasive.[2] Mature forests are their preferred habitat, but they are also found in open woodland areas.[2] Their diet consists mainly of small mammals, but they are also known to prey upon other small animals such as birds, reptiles, and amphibians.[3]

Other Languages
asturianu: Strix varia
azərbaycanca: Əlvan yapalaqca
Cebuano: Strix varia
Cymraeg: Tylluan resog
Deutsch: Streifenkauz
español: Strix varia
euskara: Strix varia
français: Chouette rayée
Iñupiak: Naataqpak
italiano: Strix varia
Latina: Strix varia
Nāhuatl: Chichtli
Nederlands: Gestreepte bosuil
português: Strix varia
Simple English: Barred owl
српски / srpski: Пругаста сова
svenska: Kråsuggla
українська: Сова неоарктична
Tiếng Việt: Cú lông sọc
Winaray: Strix varia
中文: 橫斑林鴞