South Coast: emu-wrens and bazas

Subject: South Coast: emu-wrens and bazas
From: Ian Fraser <>
Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 20:19:13 +1100
My thanks to Geoffrey, Martin and Richard for filling in the gaps for me/us. It seems that while bazas are still pretty scarce in that part of the world, my good fortune wasn't quite as unlikely as it might have been in years past. So if, as it seems, they are increasing their range south, is it climate change, and if so, which aspect of it?

cheers all


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