Re: Fw: Hooded Plover and Endangered Species list

Subject: Re: Fw: Hooded Plover and Endangered Species list
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2000 07:55:15 +0800
Peter Menkhorst <> gave an excellent summary.
He listed the following changes to the list :

>Changes to bird listings on the Federal schedules are:
>from endangered to not listed: Little Tern
>from vulnerable to not listed: Hooded Plover
>from not listed to vulnerable: Baudin's Black-Cocky
>from endangered to vulnerable: Noisy Scrub-bird, Western Bristlebird,
>    Partridge Pigeon (subspecies blaauwi), Western Whipbird (western
>    mallee subspecies)
>from vulnerable to endangered: Carnaby's Black-Cocky

Is it a coincidence that these are all species which have been studied in
Western Australia?

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