Outback floods

Subject: Outback floods
From: David Kowalick <>
Date: Wed, 07 Apr 2010 11:54:26 +0930
Hi bird-heads

Recent information from the far north of South Australia would suggest that entering this area will be impossible for sometime to come especially as there is even more rain forecast for later this week. Photos from the air and the ground show the normally red centre is anything but. Green and wet. Here are some questions for experts on the breeding habits of inland birds. Will most birds begin breeding immediately and will they keep at it through the cold winter months or wait until spring? In particular are inland grasswrens in the habit of opportunistically breeding or are they strictly seasonal breeders?


David Kowalick


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