Here's a reference to some research in these places.
Seychelles Science: The Owl...Otus insularis
Bird Conservation International (2004), 14: 123-137 Cambridge University Press. Copyright © BirdLife International 2004. doi:doi:10.1017/S0959270904000140. Published online by Cambridge University Press 03Jun2004 Link to this abstract
by DAVE CURRIE a1, RODNEY FANCHETTE a2, JAMES MILLETT a2, CAMILLE HOAREAU a2 and NIRMAL J. SHAH a2
a1 The Nature Conservancy, Caves Village Building 5 Suite 2, West Bay Street, P. O. Box CB 11398, Nassau, Bahamas. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
a2 Nature Seychelles, P. O. Box 1310, Victoria, Mahe, Republic of Seychelles. Email: email@example.com
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Australian Science: Ocean Portal
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