Re: RE bird Survey techniques

Subject: Re: RE bird Survey techniques
From: David McDonald <>
Date: Thu, 30 Apr 1998 09:17:03 +1000
A useful, accessible reference is Colin J Bibby, Neil D Burgess & David A Hill, 
Census Techniques, Academic Press, London, 1992. It is in Andrew Isles' 

Niels Poul Dreyer wrote:

> Hi Folks
> Could someone perhaps from RAOU Birds Australia give me some references to
> systematic bird surveying techniques. QNPWS Central Coast Region is
> interested in undertaking bird survey in two areas:
> 1) Riparian forest adjacent to undisturbed stateforest
> 2) Riparian forest adjacent to catte pastures or sugar cane
> The objective is to find out which species are dependent upon whether the
> two habitats bordering up to each other or not. Has anybody undertaken such
> a task in the past?
> Regards from Niels Dreyer
> PS I saw a dugong with calf this weekend and a crested tern carrying a 
> sea-snake
> Off to see bridled nailtail wallaby this long weekend.
> Niels Poul Dreyer
> 10/35-37 Denman camp Road
> Scarness, Qld 4655
> Telephone 0741 248132


David McDonald
PO Box 1355, Woden ACT 2606, Australia
Tel: +61 2 6231 8904 (h); +61 2 6249 5618 (w)
Fax: +61 2 6249 0740

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