Re: local extinctions (Sydney, NSW)

Subject: Re: local extinctions (Sydney, NSW)
From: Ronald Orenstein <>
Date: Wed, 22 Jul 1998 12:33:32 -0400
>I have just been browsing through E. Hoskins great book 'Birds of Sydney
>1991'.  In short from my brief look through the list it would appear as
>though the following species are now possibly extinct as breeding species
>in the Sydney (Cumberland) area, and all in the last 10 years!:

>Brown Treecreeper

Could I have details on this?  In the early seventies I studied the species at
Greendale (and I hope that name still means something!) - is this population
now gone?  When did they disappear? Why??
Ronald I. Orenstein                           Phone: (905) 820-7886
International Wildlife Coalition              Fax/Modem: (905) 569-0116
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