Warks Road Antechinus

To: "Alastair Smith" <>
Subject: Warks Road Antechinus
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 13:52:48 +1100
Surely, with all the uni students in Canberra, there must be several people who know all about these little creatures and their status locally. Someone like Will Osborne is a good person to ask. When I did uni in Melbourne, most post grad zoology students were studying these Antechinus and hardly anyone was interested in what birds were about. Maybe that is an overstatement. Someone like Will Osborne is a good person to ask. Maybe we rely overly on websites, just from what you wrote, it looks like Environment ACT rely on COG for bird data (and well they should). I have two little (old) books that may help with info. "Mountain Slopes and Plains - The flora and fauna of the ACT", Dept of the Interior & NPA 1971 and  "Wildlife in the ACT" Dept of the Interior 1969.
I can't help any more with the ID however and probably wouldn't even know if I saw it with you.
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