birding-aus RFI - More woodland birds

Subject: birding-aus RFI - More woodland birds
From: "Martin O'Brien"<>
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 1999 16:48:36 +1000

From: Martin  on 27/07/99 04:48 PM

Subject:  RFI - More woodland birds

       A final request for details of woodland birds in se Australia

Further to my earlier requests for 'non-atlassed' records for Crested
Bellbird and Hooded Robin, I am making a similar request for list members
opinions on evidence of decline in breeding and sight records for the
following species.  I am making an assessment of the conservation status of
these taxa in se Australia, particularly Victoria.

                         Black-chinned Honeyeater
                            Southern Whiteface
                             Red-capped Robin

I invite observers to contact me directly with any observations of these
species which have NOT already been forwarded to the Atlas of Victorian
Wildlife or the new Atlas of Australian Birds.  If you have noted the
species in the past and found it now absent or noticably declined from the
same locality I am keen to hear from you (dates, locality and numbers if

Martin O'Brien
Executive Scientific Officer - Scientific Advisory Committee
Parks Flora and Fauna Division
Department of Natural Resources and Environment
4/250 Victoria Pde.,
East Melbourne  3002

Tel: 039 412 4567
Fax: 039 412 4586

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