14 May 2020

Pharaoh Eagle Owl in flight - Jubail

I found a few photos I took a few years ago of a Pharaoh Eagle Owl in flight so have added them below. The Pharaoh Eagle Owl is distributed throughout much of North Africa and the Middle East, with two recognised subspecies and the smaller, paler and sandier coloured Bubo ascalaphus desertorum appearing to be this subspecies. They are found in arid habitats, including open desert plains, rocky outcrops and broken escarpments and jabals, mountain cliffs and wadis. They are a common breeding resident but despite their size are not easy to locate.
Pharaoh Eagle Owl

Pharaoh Eagle Owl

Pharaoh Eagle Owl

Pharaoh Eagle Owl

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