Apostlebirds in SA

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Subject: Apostlebirds in SA
From: "Chris Baxter" <>
Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2010 22:56:30 +0930
Hi All


Just adding to the Apostlebird thread re: distribution in SA. Gary and
Michael, I was a Ranger with SA NP&W based at Port Augusta for 10 years and
in that time (mid 1990's) Apostlebirds were sighted by me W of Quorn out
towards Warren Gorge. It was just the once and there were about a dozen
birds. This is about same longitude as Mambray Creek. Tony, I saw a flock of
about 60 Apostlebirds once in the Olary Plains area in the Lower NE of SA.
It was an exceptionally big gathering and I was unable to discern just what
it was that attracted them to that one site in grassy Mulga woodland.




Chris Baxter

Kangaroo Island



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