RFI Carpentarian Grasswren near Borroloola/Caranbirini

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Subject: RFI Carpentarian Grasswren near Borroloola/Caranbirini
From: "Tim Dolby" <>
Date: Tue, 2 Mar 2010 12:47:31 +1100
Hi all,

Just seeking advice on the presence of Carpentarian Grasswren at the
Borroloola / Caranbirini site - such as 40 km before Borroloola on the
Carpentaria Hwy.  From what I can gather recent surveys suggest numbers
of Grasswrens may have declined from previous surveys i.e. Perry, J.
(2005). Habitat and status of the Carpentarian Grasswren (Amytornis
dorotheae) in the Northern Territory. (Charles Darwin University,

Any more recent information?


Tim Dolby

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