Selected References

McNabb, E., Cheers, G. C. & Loyn, R. H. (2012).  Persistence of owls and arboreal mammals after severe wildfire in the Goulburn Broken catchment. Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research unpublished report for Caring for Our Country and Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority.

McNabb, E. and McNabb, J. (2011).  Predispersal Range, Behaviour and Use of Exotic Roost-trees by a Subadult Powerful Owl Ninox strenua. Australian Field Ornithology 28 (2): 57–64.

McNabb, E. And Greenwood, J. (2011). A Powerful Owl Disperses into Town and Uses an Artificial Nest-box. Australian Field Ornithology 28 (2): 65-75.

McNabb, E. and Keating, M. (2008). Helping Powerful Owls. Wingspan 18 (1): 30-33. 

McNabb, E., Kavanagh, R.P. & Craig, S.A. (2007). Further observations on the breeding biology of the Powerful Owl Ninox strenua in south-eastern Australia. Corella 31(1): 6-9.

McNabb, E. (2006). Yellow-bellied Glider monitoring – Monbulk Creek. Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research unpublished report for Melbourne Water. Dept Sustainability & Environment, Melbourne.

 McNabb, E., Walters, B and Bingham, J. (2005). Diet of a Barn Owl Tyto alba at Snake Island , Victoria , including Eastern Pygmy-possum Cercartetus nanus.' The Victorian Naturalist 122(5): 244-246.

McNabb, E. G., McNabb, J. and Barker, K. (2003). Post-nesting home range, habitat use and diet of a female Masked Owl Tyto novaehollandiae in western Victoria. Corella 27(4): 109-117.

McNabb, E. G. (2002). Notes on the diet and observations of the Southern Boobook (Ninox novaeseelandiae) in southern Victoria. Ecology and Conservation of Owls (Chapter 18). R. K. I. Newton, J. Olsen and I. Taylor. Melbourne, CSIRO.

McNabb, E. G., Willig, R. & McNabb, J. (2000). Discovery of the Yellow-bellied Glider Petaurus australis in South Gippsland. Victorian Naturalist 117(4): 150-153.

McNabb, E. G. (1996). Observations on the biology of the Powerful Owl Ninox strenua in southern Victoria. Australian Bird Watcher 16: 267-295.

McNabb, E. G. (1994). Predator calls and prey response. Victorian Naturalist 111: 190-195.

McNabb, E. G. (1994). The successful rehabilitation of two Powerful Owl fledglings. Australian Bird Watcher 15: 287-297.

McNabb, E. G. (1987). An attempt to rehabilitate an 'orphaned' Powerful Owl. Australian Bird Watcher 12: 22-24.

Loyn, R.H., McNabb, E.G. And Cheers, G. (2010). Embedded Remnant Forest Patches as Habitat for Birds in the Green Triangle of  south-western Victoria and south-eastern South Australia.  Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research Technical Report Series 209. Dept Sustainability & Environment, Melbourne.

Loyn, R., McNabb, E., et al. (2009). Fauna in Eucalypt and Pine Plantations in the Green Triangle of south-eastern South Australia and south-western Victoria. Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research Technical Report Series 186. Dept Sustainability & Environment, Melbourne.

Loyn, R., McNabb, E. et al (2009). Fauna in  eucalypt plantations on the Victorian Volcanic Plains near Lismore, south-western Victoria. Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research Technical Report Series 190. Dept Sustainability & Environment, Melbourne.

Loyn, R.H., McNabb, E.G., Macak, P. and Noble, P. (2007). Eucalypt plantations as habitat for birds on previously cleared farmland in south-eastern Australia. Biological Conservation 137: 533-548. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Loyn, R., McNabb, E. G. et al. (2004). Predicting owl distribution: Spatial modelling as a tool for conserving owls in ecologically sustainable forest management in Victoria , Australia. Spatial Analysis in Raptor Ecology and Conservation. R. Rodriguez-Estrella and L. A. Bojorquez-Tapia. Mexico , Cibnor-Conabio: 111-132.

Loyn, R. H., E. G. McNabb, et al. (2002). Modelling distributions of large forest owls as a conservation tool in forest management: a case study from Victoria , south-eastern Australia. Ecology and Conservation of Owls' (Chapter 22). I. Newton , R. Kavanagh, J. Olsen and I. Taylor . Melbourne, CSIRO: 242-254.

Loyn, R. H. and E. G. McNabb (1982). Discovery of Leadbeater's Possum in Gembrook State Forest. Victorian Naturalist  99: 21-23.