Re: local extinctions (Sydney, NSW)

To: <>, "Ronald Orenstein" <>
Subject: Re: local extinctions (Sydney, NSW)
From: "Trevor Quested" <>
Date: Fri, 24 Jul 1998 16:50:56 +1000
Ronald Orenstein asks about Brown Treecreeper around Sydney.  I have seen
it but never at Greendale although I could easily believe it occurred
there.  Greendale area which is south west of Sydney was a good spot to see
many of the dry country birds but it seems to have been over-run with horse
farms.  Lots of white fences, all the thornbush under-storey cleared and
the ironbarks thinned out. (i.e. perfect noisy miner country)  I last saw
Hooded Robins there on 9th Dec. 1990.
Trevor  & Annie Quested
Sydney,  Australia

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