Lots of Pardalots ? (sic)

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Subject: Lots of Pardalots ? (sic)
From: "Peter S Lansley" <>
Date: Tue, 16 Jun 1998 21:34:59 +1000
Hello there.

In the forthcoming breeding season I intend to carry out a Latrobe Uni.
Honours study of Pardalote vocalizations. I would appreciate hearing from
anyone out there who knows of site(s) where pardalotes may readily be
observed during the breeding season, especially sites at which they have
nested in the last two or three years, or sites where they seem to be
gearing up to breed this year.

 I am particularly interested in analyzing calls from three forms of
Striated Pardalotes (striatus Yellow-tipped, ornatus Eastern Striated, and
substriatus Striated), but also the other Pardalotus taxa. Sites nearest
Melbourne would be particularly well suited to study.

Please reply to:

Peter S. Lansley <>
Melbourne, Australia

tel. +61 3 9375 4564 (evening)
      +61 3 9882 2622 (day)

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