RFI 'Red Boobook'

To: "frank o'connor (perth)" <>, "" <>
Subject: RFI 'Red Boobook'
From: martin cachard <>
Date: Sun, 8 Jun 2014 08:05:34 +1030
hi Frank,
I think if u are staying at those 2 locales then u will be on the money for a 
lurida  Boobook. as long as u are in continuous rainforest on the uplands & u 
see or hear a Boobook then it's almost certainly going to be one of these...
Mt Lewis near Kingf Park is very good for them, as is the crater lakes area - 
also worth looking in would be Mt Hypapipamee/Longlands Gap area; Danbulla 
Forest Drive in rainforest areas; & the very end of Davies Creek Rd...there's 
also some good spots for them further south too inland from Innisfail & 
good luck!!
martin cachard,
0428 782 808   
> Date: Sat, 7 Jun 2014 13:07:44 +0800
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> Subject: [Birding-Aus] RFI 'Red Boobook'
> I will have a few days in the Cairns / Atherton Tablelands area in late July.
> I would be interested in seeing this form of Southern Boobook.  Are 
> there any sites where they might be more likely?
> I haven't booked accommodation yet.  One night in Cairns then three 
> more nights.  Maybe two at Kingfisher Park and one at Lake Eacham area.
> Thanks
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