re Bristlebirds

To: Phillip Duke <>, birding australia <>
Subject: re Bristlebirds
From: Grant Brosie <>
Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2007 14:50:15 +1000 (EST)
Had a look at the link and found no reference to
bristlebirds on Fraser Island, am I blind?
Are there any historic evidence of this species on the
island? From what limited knowledge I have on this
species I thought they were sedentary, or atleast they
don't wander large differences (esp accross water).
Eastern Whipbird certainly seems the most likely.

Grant Brosie
Raworth, NSW
Barren Grounds Bristlebird Observer

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