The Seychelles scops-owl is found only in Morne Seychellois National Park. This species also known as bare-legged scops-owl is a rare scops owl species. In 2002, the scops-owl species was listed as critically endangered species by the IUCN. Here's the souvenir sheet.
It reaches a length between 19-22 cm. The wings are about 17cm. Its plumage is rufous brown and exhibits black shaft streaks. The long grey legs are unfeathered - hence the nickname bare-legged scops-owl. The eyes are large and golden yellow. The ear tufts are very small. Its call which sounds like a rasping "whaugh" with various "tok tok" notes can be heard from a far distance and in particular in the darkness. Its diet consists of geckos, tree frogs and insects (e.g. locusts).
Additional info and photo of the souvenir sheet from this site and about the scops-owl here.