Information about the Oriental Bay Owl:
The Oriental Bay Owl is a type of bay owl, usually classified with barn owls. It's native to the tropical forests throughout Southeast Asia. It is completely nocturnal, usually roosting during the day in holes and hollows in tree trunks, or perched on a branch sheltered by palm leaves or beneath a thick horizontal bend of rattan, usually no more than about 2 meters above the forest floor. This owl is not alert when roosting and is easily approached. The Oriental Bay Owl feeds on small rodents (such as rats and mice), bats, birds, lizards, frogs, and large insects such as beetles and grasshoppers. They hunt from a perch, flying through dense stands of young trees beneath the forest canopy to make a kill.
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