Dusky Eagle-owl (Bubo coromandus)

The Dusky Eagle-owls (Bubo coromandus) are found in Bangladesh, China, India, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, and Thailand.

They inhabit watered and well-wooded tracts. Mango tree groves, old tamarind, and other dense foliage trees are preferred.

Breeding / Nesting

Most breeding activities are observed from November to April.

The nest is made of sticks in the fork of the trunk of a large tree. They like to nest near water and often in the vicinity of human habitation.

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