This animal papercraft is designed by Yamaha papercraft. Blakiston's Fish Owl, Bubo blakistoni, is a fish owl, a sub-group of eagle owls who specialized in hunting riparian areas. This species is a part of the family known as typical owls, Strigidae, which contains most species of owl. Blakiston's Fish Owl and three related species were previously placed in the genus Ketupa; mtDNA cytochrome b sequence data is equivocal on which genus name is applied for this species. Its habitat is riparian forest, with large, old trees for nest-sites, near lakes, rivers, springs and shoals which don't freeze in winter.
Blakiston's Fish Owl is possibly the largest species of owl at 60–71 cm (24–28 in). A field study of the species showed males weighing from 3 to 3.75 kg (6.6 to 8.3 lb), with the female, at up to 4.5 kg (9.9 lb), about 25% larger. The reported wingspan of 150–205 cm (59–81 in). Superficially, this owl looks like the Eurasian Eagle-Owl, but is paler, and has broad, ragged ear tufts. The upperparts are buff-brown and heavily streaked. The underparts are pale buffish-brown. The throat is white. The iris is yellow. Vocalizations differ among the recognized subspecies. In the island subspecies, the male calls twice and the female responds with one note, whereas the mainland subspecies has a somewhat more elaborate, 4-note duet:"HOO-hoo, HOOO-hoooo" (here, the male call is in capital letters (HOO) and the female call in lower case (hoo)). This duet is so synchronized that those unfamiliar with the call often think it is only one bird calling. When an individual bird calls, it sounds like hoo-hooo. Juveniles have a characteristic shriek.
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