Western Siberian eagle owl (Bubo bubo sibiricus)

Western Siberian eagle owl (Bubo bubo sibiricus)

Scientific name: Bubo bubo sibiricus
Height: 580mm to 710mm
Geographical distribution: western Siberia and Bashkiria, to middle Ob river and West Altai mountains, north to the limits of the Taiga
Habitat: mountainous forest, semi-desert and rocky slopes
Diet: large birds, plus a variety of small- and medium-sized mammals including rabbits and hares, roe deer fawns, young foxes, hedgehogs and farmyard cats. Also frogs, newts and crabs
Status: widespread, but everywhere scarce, locally endangered

Here are the names of the Western Siberian Eagle owls we have at the sanctuary:

BAIKAL
MUSSORGSKY
BORIS
NADYEZHDA