Hall's Babbler sightings - any more?

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Subject: Hall's Babbler sightings - any more?
From: Dean Portelli <>
Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2009 15:00:23 +1000
Hi All,

 Thanks very much to those of you who responded to my request for Hall's 
babbler sightings at Bowra.

 A while ago I requested details of sightings of Hall's Babblers anywhere and 
had a few replies, for which I am very grateful. If you have sighting details 
(i.e. GPS location) of Hall's Babbler sightings and haven't yet given them to 
me then I would be VERY grateful if you could pass these on.

 These locations will be used, as part of my research on this species, to 
investigate the distribution of Hall's babbler in relation to the distribution 
of different vegetation communities to assess the habitat preferences of this 
species. This broad-scale component will complement the research I have done at 
Bowra (local scale).

 Any help will be greatly appreciated and appropriately acknowledged.



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