northern-most population of Eastern Bristlebird

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Subject: northern-most population of Eastern Bristlebird
From: "Greg Roberts" <>
Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2011 09:27:47 +1000
I believe that published reports of Eastern Bristlebird from the Conondale
Range last September are premature.


Attempts last week by government officers and others with widespread field
experience of this species in the region were fruitless.


It is essential that with a critically endangered, possible extinct,
population such as this, that any reports be corroborated before
publication. See here for more:


Greg Roberts


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