Subject: Rufous
From: Chris Ross <>
Date: Mon, 06 Oct 2003 01:09:22 +1000
Hi Mike,

I was in darwin in July and the owl is known there and inhabits certain
trees near the toilets in the dry, but apparently moves to the
rainforest in the wet.  Ask the rangers there, the people I spoke to
were aware of it and can point out roost trees, where it may or may not
be.  For me it was not, but there was construction going on nearby so
the owl likely moved.


Chris Ross

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