Are Southern Boobooks Declining?

Jerry Olsen, Susan Trost

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    Abstract

    The most recent BirdLife Australia State of Australia’s Birds reported that Southern Boobooks Ninox novaeseelandiae had declined throughout most of BirdLife’s reporting period. Despite high variability year to year, by 2013 Boobooks had decreased to low levels, with average reporting rates of only between 1 and 3 per cent. They were declining across all but one of the regions in Australia (BirdLife Australia 2015).
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages270-271
    Number of pages2
    Volume40
    No.3
    Specialist publicationCanberra Bird Notes
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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