Threatened Species in NSW

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Subject: Threatened Species in NSW
From: "Peter Ekert" <>
Date: Sat, 17 Nov 2001 11:11:06 +1100
Hi Everybody,
Some information that may be relevant to you.  Not sure if this information has been documented before.
The NSW Scientific Committee has made some Final Determinations to list a number of species as vulnerable on Schedule 2 of the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995.
The species are:
Black-chinned Honeyeater (eastern subspecies) Melithreptus gularis gularis
Brown Treecreeper (eastern subspecies) Climacteris picumnus victoriae
Diamond Firetail Stagonopleura guttata
Speckled Warbler Pyrrholaemus sagittata
Hooded Robin (south-eastern form) Melanodryas cucullata cucullata
More information:
Peter A. Ekert
Birds Australia Project Co-ordinator
(Liverpool Plains Woodland Bird Project (North NSW))
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
(Monitoring Rufous Scrub-birds in North-east NSW)
The Wetlands Centre Project Officer
(Wetlands Site Management Plan)
The Wetlands Centre
PO Box 292
Ph. 02 49516466     Mob.  0410566104     Fax.  02 49501875
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