Bush Stone Curlew

Subject: Bush Stone Curlew
From: (Leanne Bowden)
Date: Tue, 15 Apr 1997 10:08:18 +1000

Following on from your request for the distinction between "endangered"
and "threatened", how it relates to Bush Stone-curlew, and definitions
already provided from the Queensland Nature Conservatin Act:

Staff from the Threatened Species and Ecosystems Unit of the Dept of
Environment confirm that "threatened" is a generic term for the
"endangered, vulnerable and rare" type of categories, and the Bush
Stone-curlew is still listed as "common" status for Queensland.

Leanne Bowden
Leanne Bowden
Temporary Senior Administration Officer
Conservation Strategy Branch
Department of Environment
Tel: (07) 3227 8394  Fax: (07) 3227 6386

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