Eastern Bristlebird Extinct?

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Subject: Eastern Bristlebird Extinct?
From: "Graeme Gallienne" <>
Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2011 07:16:51 +1000

Hi All,


Allan Richardson mentions in his email about Black-throated Finches a claim
by Greg Roberts that Eastern Bristlebirds are extinct in the Conondales, a
range of mountains in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland in SEQ.  Can someone
please clarify for me if Greg's claim is for a different area to that
surveyed by BASQ in September of this year as according to the list on
Eremaea, Eastern Bristlebirds were recorded at Booloomba on 27/9/11 and at
Spike's Fire Trail on 26/9/11.


Thank you,


Sandra Gallienne





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