Download suara burung hantu (owl) semua spesies

Burung hantu terdiri dari berbagai spesies dan penyebarannya sangat luas ke beberapa benua. Masing-masing spesies burung hantu memiliki suara khas tersendiri. Juga, antara burung tua dan muda, jantan dan betina kadang berbeda secara signifikan. Berikut ini saya upload puluhan suara burung hantu. Anda yang tertarik, silakan mendownload-nya.

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Tyto tenebricosa – Greater Sooty Owl
Adult in flight January 2000 © Deane P. Lewis
Juvenile 2 weeks after fledging, Dandenong Ranges Victoria, 1989.
Edited – gap between calls was longer than 1min.
© Ed McNabb
Tyto multipunctata – Lesser Sooty Owl
Typical call Bomb whistle © John Young
Chicks begging © John Young
Female at nest Female at nest calling to male © John Young
Tyto novaehollandiae – Australian Masked Owl
Typical Call, female Dark phase female, Healesville, Victoria, October 1988
Edited, shortened gap between calls.
© Ed McNabb
Tyto rosenbergii – Celebes Barn Owl, Sulawesi Masked Owl
Typical Call Dumoga Bone, Sulawesi © Dave Farrow
Tyto alba – Common Barn Owl
Pair Calling Mid-August, Peck’s Lake. Edited, original gap between calls 20sec. © Doug Von Gausig
Twittering Recorded at Elkhorn Slough, Central California © Doug Von Gausig
Typical Call Recorded at Prescott, Arizona © Doug Von Gausig
Chicks Begging Australia © John Young
Tyto longimembris – Eastern Grass Owl
Female at nest Female at nest accepting food from male © John Young
Chicks begging © John Young
Phodilus badius – Oriental Bay Owl, Asian Bay Owl
Typical Call Pasoh, Malaysia © Dave Farrow
Otus sagittatus – White-fronted Scops Owl
Typical Call Kaengkrajarn National Park, Thailand © Vetida Pongpanit
Otus spilocephalus – Mountain Scops Owl, Spotted Scops Owl
Typical male Bhutan © Dave Farrow
Male Responding to playback – Taiwan © Wayne Hsu
Otus bakkamoena – Indian Scops Owl
Typical Call (male?) North east India © Bruce Marcot
Otus lettia – Collared Scops Owl
Typical calls Thailand © Dave Farrow
Typical Call Hong Kong © Hong Kong Bird Watching Society
Otus senegalensis – African Scops Owl
Typical call Yemen © Dave Farrow
Otus scops – Common Scops Owl, Eurasian Scops Owl
Typical Call © Brinzal
Chick © Brinzal
Typical Call Russia © Jevgeni Ekimov
Otus flammeolus – Flammulated Owl
Typical Call Douglas-fir/oak forests, Klamath Mountains, NW California © Bruce Marcot
Otus magicus – Moluccan Scops Owl
Territorial Call Halmahera, Indonesia © Dave Farrow
Otus elegans – Ryukyu Scops Owl, Elegant Scops Owl
Typical Male Lanyu Island (Otus elegans botelensis) © Lars Koerner
Typical Male Responding to imitation during the day – Taiwan © Wayne Hsu
Otus manadensis – Celebes Scops Owl, Sulawesi Scops Owl, Magic Scops Owl
Duet (Female is higher pitched) © Lars Koerner
Territorial Call Lore Lindu, Sulawesi © Dave Farrow
Otus insularis – Seychelles Scops Owl, Bare-legged Scops Owl
Male © Lars Koerner
Otus pembaensis – Pemba Scops Owl
Typical calls © Andrew Perkin
Megascops kennicottii – Western Screech Owl
Male A song Mixed hardwood-conifer, Klamath Mountains, NW California © Bruce Marcot
Call B song Mixed hardwood-conifer, Klamath Mountains, NW California © Bruce Marcot
Megascops asio – Eastern Screech Owl
A-song © John Feith
B-song Ithaca, New York, U.S.A. © Lang Elliott
A-song Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada © Lucie Brisebois
Megascops trichopsis – Whiskered Screech Owl, Spotted Screech Owl
Typical call Mountains south of Patagonia, Arizona, January 1997 © Greg Clark
Soft, hollow hoot Mountains south of Patagonia, Arizona, January 1997 © Greg Clark
Megascops choliba – Tropical Screech Owl
A-song Peru http://kicauan.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/.mp3megascops-choliba-1 © Lars Koerner
B-song © Lars Koerner
Typical A-calls Goiania, Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Megascops watsonii – Northern Tawny-bellied Screech Owl
Typical Call, medium pace (Unverified) Recorded near Manaus, Brazil © Lars Koerner
Megascops nudipes – Puerto Rican Screech Owl
Typical Call © Mark Oberle
Bubo virginianus – Great Horned Owl
Pair calling Mid-march night at Peck’s Lake © Doug Von Gausig
Nocturnal Shriek Owlet calling for food © Tom Guenin
Harnk April 12, 1998 – time between calls compressed. © Greg Clark
Typical Call Captive Female “Alice”, Houston, Minnesota. © Karla Bloem
Typical Call Wild Female “Wheezy”, Houston, Minnesota. © Karla Bloem
Typical Male Wild Male “Victor”, Houston, Minnesota. © Karla Bloem
Excited Wild Male “Victor”, Houston, Minnesota. © Karla Bloem
Typical Female Wild Female “Virginia”, Houston, Minnesota. © Karla Bloem
Hoo-hoo-hoo Wild Male “Victor”, Houston, Minnesota © Karla Bloem
Annoyed Chitters Captive Female “Alice”, Houston, Minnesota © Karla Bloem
Clucking at Nest Captive Female “Alice”, Houston, Minnesota © Karla Bloem
Emphatic Hoot Captive Female “Alice”, Houston, Minnesota © Karla Bloem
Hisses Captive Female “Alice”, Houston, Minnesota © Karla Bloem
Screaming Chitters Captive Female “Alice”, Houston, Minnesota © Karla Bloem
Squawks Wild Male “Victor”, Houston, Minnesota © Karla Bloem
Nervous Squawks Goiania, Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Bubo bubo – Eurasian Eagle Owl
Typical Male Call © Brinzal
Typical Female Call © Brinzal
Alarmed © Brinzal
Chick © Brinzal
Courtship Captive pair, Feb. 1983. Includes “cuckling” by male during ritual feeding. © Vadim Lapushkin
Aggression Captive pair, Feb. 1983. Whistling aggression to recordist during courtship. © Vadim Lapushkin
Courtship Captive pair, February 1983. © Vadim Lapushkin
Bubo africanus – Spotted Eagle Owl, African Eagle Owl
Typical Call © Paolo Taranto
Courtship © Paolo Taranto
Bubo scandiacus – Snowy Owl
Typical Calls © Unknown
Scotopelia peli – Pel’s Fishing Owl
Wail Call (?) Possibly female, Luilaka River, Salonga National Park, central Dem. Rep. Congo © Bruce Marcot
Strix ocellata – Mottled Wood Owl
Typical Call Shivalik Hills, foothills of Himalayas, Dehra Dun, North India © Bruce Marcot
Strix leptogrammica – Brown Wood Owl
Typical Calls India. (listen for the rarely heard introductory note on the second call) © Bruce Marcot
Strix aluco – Eurasian Tawny Owl
Typical Male © Brinzal
Female showing aggression © Brinzal
Chick © Brinzal
Typical Call Northwest England © Lee Paterson
Typical Call Hardwood forest, north of Paris, France © Bruce Marcot
Cree-ick call Probably female, Hardwood forest, north of Paris, France © Bruce Marcot
Typical Calls Hardwood forest, north of Paris, France © Bruce Marcot
Strix occidentalis – Spotted Owl
Typical Call © Unknown
Strix varia / occidentalis – Hybrid Species
Hybrid Call Call of a Hybrid Barred / Spotted Owl (Strix varia / occidentalis) © Janice Reid
Male hybrid location call Olympic National Park, Washington, USA. © Keith Bagnall
Male hybrid location call Olympic National Park, Washington, USA. © Keith Bagnall
Strix varia – Barred Owl, Hoot Owl
Typical Call East Texas © Kevin Rawson
Call Variation East Texas © Kevin Rawson
Hoo-wah calls East Texas, July 15, 2006 © Kevin Rawson
Screams Recorded while Owls in flight © John Feith
Strix hylophila – Rusty-barred Owl, Brazilian Owl
Call Nova Friburgo, Brazil © Renato B. Pineschi
Strix rufipes – Rufous-legged Owl
Call variation © Felix Vidoz
Call variation © Felix Vidoz
Call variation © Felix Vidoz
Contact Call (?) © Felix Vidoz
Call variation January 1994 (mid-summer) © Felix Vidoz
Call variation June 1998, Solo Individual, responding to playback © Felix Vidoz
Call variation Responding to playback © Felix Vidoz
Strix uralensis – Ural Owl
Typical Male Kishert district, 1995-06-15 © Vadim Lapushkin
Adult Alarm Call Chaikovsky district, Russia, 1998-05-28 © Vadim Lapushkin
Female Contact & Male Territorial Calls Chaikovsky district, Russia, 1998-05-28 © Vadim Lapushkin
Fledglings 70 days old, Kishert district, 1999-08-11 © Vadim Lapushkin
Strix nebulosa – Great Gray Owl, Lapland Owl, Lapp Owl
Typical Male © Unknown
Juvenile begging shrieks © Ilkka Heiskanen
Adult alarm call near young Uinsky District, Perm, Russia, 08-08-2003 © Vladimir Kazakov
Strix woodfordii – African Wood Owl
Typical Call Male (probably) – western Democratic Republic of the Congo © Bruce Marcot
Typical Call Possibly female – northwestern Zimbabwe © Bruce Marcot
Strix virgata – Mottled Owl
Typical Call Costa Rica, 17th June, 1999 © Doug Von Gausig
Strix nigrolineata – Black and White Owl
Call El Pizote, Costa Rica, 22nd June 1999 © Doug Von Gausig
Strix huhula – Black-banded Owl
Typical Call Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Pulsatrix perspicillata – Spectacled Owl
Typical Call Costa Rica © Jorge F. Corrales
Threat Call, female El Gavilan, Costa Rica, June 1999 © Doug Von Gausig
Surnia ulula – Northern Hawk Owl
Typical Call © Unknown
Glaucidium brodiei – Collared Owlet, Collared Pygmy Owl
Typical Call Thailand © Dave Farrow
Call during day Taiwan © Wayne Hsu
Glaucidium perlatum – Pearl-spotted Owlet
Typical Call, Part 1 Namibia © Dave Farrow
Typical Call, Part 2 Given after part 1 and a short pause © Dave Farrow
Glaucidium californicum – Northern Pygmy Owl
Typical Call (male?) Douglas-fir forests of NW California © Bruce Marcot
Typical Call (female?) East of Monterrey, California © Doug Von Gausig
Glaucidium palmarum – Colima Pygmy Owl
Typical Call, male © Lars Koerner
Glaucidium mooreorum – Pernambuco Pygmy Owl
Typical Call October 1990 © Galileu Coelho
Glaucidium brasilianum – Ferruginous Pygmy Owl
Typical Call Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Glaucidium ridgwayi – Ridgway’s Pygmy Owl
Typical Call G. r. cactorum © Doug Von Gausig
Glaucidium radiatum – Barred Jungle Owlet
Typical Call North-eastern India © Bruce Marcot
Glaucidium castanonotum – Chesnut-backed Owlet
Typical Male Sri Lanka © Dave Farrow
Micrathene whitneyi – Elf Owl
Typical Call © Greg Clark
Disturbed © Greg Clark
Athene noctua – Little Owl
Typical Call, male © Brinzal
Excited © Brinzal
Alarm/warning Call © Steenuilgroningen
Disturbed © Steenuilgroningen
Young at nest Boltiere city, North Italy, July 2005 © Marco Mastrorilli
Athene cunicularia – Burrowing Owl
Typical Male © Unknown
Courtship calls? Goiania, Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Alarmed / Defensive Call Goiania, Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Aegolius funereus – Boreal Owl, Tengmalm’s Owl
Male territorial song © Brinzal
Chick calling © Brinzal
Aegolius acadicus – Northern Saw-whet Owl
Typical Call © John Feith
Typical Call north-western California © Bruce Marcot
Ninox rufa – Rufous Owl
Typical Male © Unknown
Ninox strenua – Powerful Owl, Great Hawk Owl
Typical Male Engadine, NSW, April 2004 © Richard Jackson
Typical Female Engadine, NSW, April 2005 © Richard Jackson
Female Single Hoot Ferntree Gully National Park, Victoria, April 1981 © Ed McNabb
10 week old Chick Begging Olinda State Forest, Victoria, October 1979 © Ed McNabb
Ninox connivens – Barking Owl, Winking Owl
Typical Call, female Chiltern, Victoria, January 1982 © Ed McNabb
Typical Calls © John Young
Female at nest calls to male © John Young
Screams Chiltern, Victoria, January 1982 © Ed McNabb
Juvenile Trilling Pilliga Forest, N.S.W. © Matthew Stanton
Juvenile Begging? Chiltern, Victoria, January 1982 © Ed McNabb
Ninox boobook – Boobook Owl, Spotted Hawk Owl
Typical Call Engadine, NSW, 2003-10-03 © Richard Jackson
Typical Duet © John Young
Ninox scutulata – Brown Hawk Owl, Oriental Hawk Owl
Pre-Call ‘Cooing’ Chitwan, Nepal © Dave Farrow
Typical Call Southern Primorski Krai in the Russian Far East © Bruce Marcot
Ninox affinis – Andaman Hawk Owl
Typical Call South Andaman © Dave Farrow
Ninox ochracea – Ochre-bellied Hawk Owl
Male territorial calls Dumogo Bone, Sulawesi © Dave Farrow
Ninox squamipila – Moluccan Hawk Owl, Indonesian Hawk Owl
Typical Calls (Duet?) Halmahera, Indonesia (N. s. hypogramma) © Dave Farrow
Ninox natalis – Christmas Island Hawk Owl
Barking Call © Richard Hill
Ninox punctulata – Speckled Hawk Owl
Typical Calls Lore Lindu, Sulawesi © Dave Farrow
Pre-call 1 Often precedes Typical call – Lore Lindu, Sulawesi © Dave Farrow
Pre-call 2 Often precedes Typical call – Lore Lindu, Sulawesi © Dave Farrow
Asio clamator – Striped Owl
Juvenile calling parent for food Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Agitated Brazil © Nunes D’Acosta
Asio otus – Long-eared Owl
Typical Male © Brinzal
Typical Female © Brinzal
Courtship wing clap © Brinzal
Young Brembo river, Bergamo, North Italy, July 2005 © Marco Mastrorilli
Fledged young France © Vivienne Lucas
Asio flammeus – Short-eared Owl
Typical Male © Brinzal
Female response (?) © Brinzal

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There are 22 comments

  1. Wawa H. Masroni

    Saya sedang merencanakan pengembangan Tyto alba untuk pengendalian hama tikus akan tetapi sumber keberadaan burung tersebut di desaku belum diketahui keberadaanya, nah andai saya buat sarangnya dulu (nest box) lalu saya putar rekaman suara ini kira-kira bisa datang tidak ya..

    1. heri kuswanto

      Maaf kalau boleh menbantu, pengalaman yang kami lakukan diperkebunan sawit biasanya kita pasang tikus hidup didepan nest box dengan mengunakan kotak kawat.

  2. Bayu

    BOS, YG SUARANYA “GUK” GUK GUK doank yg mana bos…
    yg burung hantu dijateng…
    spasinya agak panjang, bunyinya cm sekali cegukan, terputus sktr 5-10detik, yg mana bos?

  3. Erwin Nurahman

    Mantap Om, buanyaak bgtz…. smpe pegel downloadnya, hehehe…

    Lumayan buat koleksi suara-suara mastering…

    Terimakasih Om… Sukses selalu.

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