Isa Grasswrens

Subject: Isa Grasswrens
From: "Graham Labrooy" <>
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2004 10:39:14 +1000
Hi there...

Can anyone verify if the places described in Thomas and Thomas for the two Grasswren species around Mt Isa are correct or not? I've been told that maybe they are not. Could anyone shed any light on this?

Also, any clues on where I may come across Spinifexbirds or Red-browed Pardalotes along the Stuart Hwy or Barkly Tableland?? Also interested in anything else locally significant such as Flock Bronzewings or even the elusive Letter-winged Kite.

I'm originally from India and am having trouble with a few 'key birds' down under!!

Thank-you very very muchly!!


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