Re: Golden Whistler

Subject: Re: Golden Whistler
From: Peter Woodall <>
Date: Mon, 17 Jun 2002 10:27:03 +1000
At 09:32 AM 17/06/2002 +1000, David Geering wrote:

There is a paper somewhere (Emu??) that describes the foraging niches of
the Golden Whistler.  Yes, the male does forage, on average, higher than
the female.  I'm sure someone out there will come up with the precise

This is probably what you are thinking of.
Bell,-HL  1986,
Sexual differences in the behaviour of wintering golden whistlers Pachycephala pectoralis at Wollomombi, N.S.W.
Emu.  86(1): 2-11.



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