Boobooks in Australia

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Subject: Boobooks in Australia
From: "Murray Lord" <>
Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2012 22:10:38 +1100
Just to follow up on the issue of Boobook genetics, I’m aware of some 
researchers doing an extensive review of Ninox owls based on both calls and 
genetics, so hopefully there will be some solid data to progress things before 
too long.

For anyone who is interested in the variation of boobooks I put together a page 
with some photos of museum skins at, 
though hundred year old skins don’t really make it easy to work out what things 
look like in the field.


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