Changes in status of southern Queensland birds

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Subject: Changes in status of southern Queensland birds
From: Greg Roberts <>
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2019 15:23:36 +1000

The Queensland Conservation Council in 1979 published a booklet I wrote, The Birds of South-East Queensland. It was an annotated list of birds from the state's south-east with a focus on status, distribution, habitat and environmental threats. Forty years later, in 2019, I thought it timely for a “then and now” look at how things have changed for some species listed in the publication.

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