The Negros scops owl (Otus nigrorum) is an owl, endemic to the Philippines, belonging to the family of the typical owls Strigidae. Negros scops owls prey at night on insects. They live alone or in monogamous pairs. They breed throughout the year, laying clutches of 1–2 eggs. They nest in trees holes of forests of the Philippine lowlands. They are found on the island of Negros. They were formerly classified as a subspecies of the Philippine scops owl.
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