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Currie, D., Millett, J.,Hill, M. & Shah, N. J. (2002). Factors affecting responses of the Seychelles scops owl Otus insularis to playback of conspecific calls: consequences for monitoring and management. Bird Conservation International, 12:353-364.
DAVE CURRIE, JAMES MILLETT, MIKE HILL and NIRMAL JIVAN SHAH. 2002. Factors affecting the response of Seychelles Scops-owl Otus insularis to playback of conspecific calls: consequences for monitoring and management. Bird Conservation International (2002)
Currie, D., Fanchette, R.,Millett, J., Hoareau, C. & Shah, N. J. 2004. The distribution and population of the Seychelles (bare-legged) scops owl Otus insularis on Mahé: consequences for conservation Ibis 146 (1), 27-37.
Currie, D., Fanchette, R., Millett, J., Hoareau, C. & Shah, N.J.2004. The distribution and population of the Seychelles (Bare-legged) Scops Owl Otus insularis on Mahé: consequences for conservation. Ibis
146: 27–37.
Currie, D., Bristol, R., Millett, J., Hill, M. Bristol, U., Parr, S. J. & Shah, N. J.2003. Habitat requirements of the Seychelles black paradise flycatcher Terpsiphone corvina: a re-evaluation of translocation priorities. Ibis 145, 624-636.

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