RFI: Hall's Babblers at Bowra

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Subject: RFI: Hall's Babblers at Bowra
From: Dean Portelli <>
Date: Tue, 26 May 2009 17:27:50 +1000
Hi all,

 Have you seen Hall's Babblers at Bowra?

 If so, was it somewhere away from the 'Stoney Lookout' or 'Western Paddock'?

 I am interested in sightings of Hall's Babblers at Bowra away from these 
localities (I can provide a map of Bowra if required) for my research into the 
habitat use of the species.

 At Bowra Hall's babblers do not occur exclusively within mulga 
woodland/shrubland. However, the other habitats they occupy are within a couple 
of km of nearby mulga-dominated habitat.

 I have spent most of my time at Bowra where the Hall's Babblers ARE rather 
than were they AREN'T. In contrast, visiting birdwatchers travel and bird watch 
more extensively throughout the property; therefoe, I am interested in using 
this informal survey method to find out if Hall's Babblers only occur in the 
areas where I have observed them.

 Any help would be greatly appreciated and appropriately acknowledged.

Happy Birding

Dean Portelli

PhD candidate

School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences

University of New South Wales

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