Did hybridization save the Norfolk Island boobook owl Ninox novaeseelandiae undulata

@inproceedings{Garnett2011DidHS,
  title={Did hybridization save the Norfolk Island boobook owl Ninox novaeseelandiae undulata},
  author={Stephen Thomas Garnett and Penelope Olsen and Stuart H M Butchart and Ary Anthony Hoffmann},
  year={2011}
}
The population of the Norfolk Island boobook owl Ninox novaeseelandiae undulata, a nocturnal bird restricted to the Australian territory of Norfolk Island, was reduced to a single female in 1986. Deliberate in- troduction of two males of its nearest relative, the New Zealand boobook N. n. novaeseelandiae, as a conservation intervention has allowed the taxon to persist on Norfolk Island, albeit in hybrid form. Although declared Extinct in 2000, a re-examination of this unique situation has… CONTINUE READING

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