birding-aus regent malleefowl

Subject: birding-aus regent malleefowl
From: lorne <>
Date: Wed, 21 Jul 1999 11:30:30 +1000
Last night on ABC news with Richard Morecroft, there was a feature on
the malleefowl and Regent Honeyeater, which may be under further threat
at their home in a national park (Goolgong or something) near Dubbo,
mid-north-western NSW. Apparently, some of the ironbark woodland is
going to be destroyed - the trees to be turned into charcoal and other
product. I'm a bit hazy on all the details. Can anyone fill me in
further? I was also unaware that there was a small population of
malleefowl in this national park/district.


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