Ground-thrushes on Mt Glorious, Brisbane

To: Neville Pamment <>
Subject: Ground-thrushes on Mt Glorious, Brisbane
From: Peter Woodall <>
Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2004 14:41:36 +1000
Hi Neville

A couple of years back I wrote a note for the Qld Nats on the two thrushes
and went through all the Qld Museum specimens at the time.

There are only specimens of the Russet-tailed Thrush from Mt Glorious and
surrounds, but at Bunya Mtns and Lamington, at higher altitudes, both species
occur and can overlap.


At 02:23 PM 22/10/2004 +1000, you wrote:
A couple of years ago I saw a Zoothera thrush at the picnic ground on the right hand side of the road just past the Mt Glorious village. I suspect it to have been Russet-tailed (heinei). Can anyone comment on the relative abundance of lumulata and heinei in this location?

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