Seeking info re: Rockwarblers/Origma

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Subject: Seeking info re: Rockwarblers/Origma
From: Karen Rusten <>
Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2005 00:24:00 +1100
Hi folks

I’m a third year Conservation Ecology student at CSU in Albury and am seeking info and/or contacts specialising in Rockwarblers Origma solitaria for an assignment to develop an action plan.

Any info or leads to chase on taxonomy, habitat, population size, generation length, distribution and abundance, conservation management, threats etc would be greatly appreciated and can be forwarded to me via the list or directly to

So far I understand that they are considered secure (hanzab) and they like sandstone, rocky, overhang country from the central coast down to Ulladulla, with sightings out west to nearly Mudgee (NPWS atlas).  Has anyone undertaken any specific research work on this species?

Thank you for your assistance

Karen Rusten
16/595 Webb St
Lavington  NSW  2641
ph:  0409 67 2300

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