You may find the Birds Australia hosted
cies=1 site useful. Type in the species name and zoom in as much as
possible and you can get a feel for the details of the distribution of
birds 1n Australia. I use this site whenever I am visiting somehwere new
and use it to help plan trips. It has a couple of records of both
species near Exmouth.
I have seen Mangrove Robins and heard Mangrove Golden Whistlers at
Karratha (~300 km to the east of North Cape) but not seen either on my
single trip to Exmouth (a good spot for Bustards and Spotted Harriers
Date: Sat, 14 Nov 2009 12:40:07 +0800
From: John Graff <>
Subject: Mangrove species in West Australia
Cc: Birding-Aus <>
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Personally, the furthest south that I've seen Mangrove Golden Whistler
is Broome and I've yet to get onto a Mangrove Robin. However, both range
to the Exmouth (North West Cape) area so I suspect you would be in with
a shot around there. I suspect that Carnarvon might be too far south to
get them regularly (happy to be corrected though).
> Date: Fri, 13 Nov 2009 10:36:46 +0000
> Subject: [Birding-Aus] Mangrove species in West Australia
> Hi Birding Aussers,
> Just beginning to plan our next trip and so I have a question for you:
> How far south on the west coast of West Australia have any of you seen
either Mangrove Golden Whistler or Mangrove Robin?? e.g. Carnarvon??
> Despite the fact that we should have seen both these species on
previous trips - one in the Kimberley/Broome and one in Queensland - we
somehow never connected and I'm trying to decide whether there is any
chance of picking them up in WA.
> Any thoughts?
> Rosemary Royle
> Wales, UK
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