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3. Mexican Owls Have Landed

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Owls are perhaps the most astonishing of nature’s avian wonders. In this collection, we offer our favorite 16 Owls of Mexico and Central America presented in all the exacting detail iBird is known for, including maps, songs and calls, photos and much more. Take a look at the graphical onboard tutorial to see an example of one of our detailed species accounts. The collection is comprised of these birds:

Balsas Screech-Owl, Bearded Screech-Owl, Black-and-White Owl, Cape Pygmy-Owl, Central American Pygmy-Owl, Colima Pygmy-Owl, Crested Owl, Fulvous Owl, Mottled Owl, Pacific Screech-Owl, Spectacled Owl, Striped Owl, Stygian Owl, Tamaulipas Pygmy-Owl, Unspotted Saw-whet Owl, Vermiculated Screech-Owl 

There is nothing as fun as heading out on a birding expedition at night when you’re likely to encounter the nocturnal calls of owls and other bird species that are active when everyone else is sleeping. While iBird comes with 19 Owls found in the United States, the Owls in this in-app package are found primarily in Mexico. However, some have a range that extends into Central and South America. 

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   Download iBird Pro and buy Mexican Owls: iBird Pro Guide to Birds of North America

   Learn more, leave comments on Facebook: More About Mexican Owls

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