Re: Hall's Babbler Fowler's Gap

To: Tim Dolby <>, ? birding-aus <>
Subject: Re: Hall's Babbler Fowler's Gap
From: Peter Ewin <>
Date: Fri, 6 Nov 2009 17:50:42 +1100
Hi Tim - I am interested in your comment about Babbler's being found around 
Brewarrina. If it is the town then it is  long way east of Mutawintji (Bre is 
on the Darling River upstream of Bourke). Maybe there is a property near 
Mutawintji with the same name?
The person to contact re Hall's Babblers is Dean Portelli who's e-mail address 
should be available in the archives.

> Date: Thu, 5 Nov 2009 22:26:57 +1100
> From: 
> To: 
> Subject: [Birding-Aus] Re: Hall's Babbler Fowler's Gap
> Hi Peter,
> I'm not sure about Fowler's Gap Research Station, but they are found nearby 
> at Mutawintji (Mootwingee) National Park, 130 km nth of Broken Hill. 
> Restricted to the gorge systems of Mutawintji (such as Amphitheatre Gorge), 
> they are also present within the restricted northern area of the park. They 
> are also recorded recently around the township of Brewarrina, east of 
> Mutawintji.
> Hall's Babbler is listed in the 'Birds of the Milparinka District and Cooper 
> Creek Basin' (which incorporates Fowler's Gap) by E Wyndham, Emu 78 (4) 179 - 
> 187. Perhaps this is where you saw your reference to Fowler's Gap?
> Really interested to hear if any other records turn up in the area Peter.
> Cheers,
> Tim Dolby
> _______________________________
> Hi birders,
> I recently came across a mention of Hall's Babbler for the Fowlers Gap
> Research Station in far-western NSW (north of Broken Hill). Does
> anyone know if they're actually present at this location? Has anyone
> been there?
> cheers
> Peter
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