re:Brown Quail at Kata Tjuta

Subject: re:Brown Quail at Kata Tjuta
From: Mark Carter <>
Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2010 03:38:49 +0100 (BST)
In dry times there are always a few Brown Quail at well grassed stretches of 
the Finke and Hugh Rivers such as around Two-mile waterhole/Glen Helen or at 
the river near Owen Springs Reserve Ranger Station but since the rains started 
this year they have been appearing anywhere there is thick enough grass. On a 
recent bird tour I led we even flushed one near Erldunda in Cinnamon 
Quail-Thrush habitat which is normally a moonscape but is now a lush 
grassland.Mark Carter
DesertLife: Bird Guiding, Wildlife Surveys & Consultancy in Australia's Red 
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