birding-aus [Fwd: Apostlebirds]

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Subject: birding-aus [Fwd: Apostlebirds]
From: Anne & Roger Green <>
Date: Thu, 06 May 1999 12:49:59 +0930
C'mon South Aussies! I will send Martin my own observations re
Morgan/Cadell area but please can the rest of you help out with other
data? Does the SAOA have this info on a data base?
Regards, Anne
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Subject: Re:Apostlebirds
From: "Martin O'Brien"<>
Date: Thu, 6 May 1999 10:23:35 +1100
Hello Anne,
     Am interested in whether you can provide me with any of the following
so I can "debunk" the assertion in some publications that Apostlebirds are
extinct in SA.  Particularly the populations you say are "thriving".

(a) References of articles, etc that show the status of the species or give
reports of it in SA,
(b) A SA bird database (if there is such is thing) that indicates the
distribution or status of Apostlebirds in SA,
(c) Your personal observations (with dates, locality and no.s if possible)
of the species,
(d) Any records you are aware of that report Apostlebirds in SA.

Thanks for your note and I look forward to hearing about your experience of
this species in SA.

Martin O'Brien
Threatened Species Program
NRE Melbourne

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