RFI 'Red Boobook'

To: <>, "Frank O'Connor" <>
Subject: RFI 'Red Boobook'
From: "Alan Gillanders" <>
Date: Sun, 8 Jun 2014 12:23:28 +1000
At Mt Hypipamee on the walk from the crater to the Barron River there are a number of sites regularly used by a very dark bird. She will roost under epiphytes on horizontal branches if it is wet in the early morning and these are good areas to search during the day.


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-----Original Message----- From: Frank O'Connor
Sent: Saturday, June 7, 2014 3:07 PM
Subject: 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.


Frank O'Connor                          Birding WA
Phone : (08) 9386 5694               Email : 

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