Pilbara trip report

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Subject: Pilbara trip report
From: Philip Maher <>
Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2012 06:51:17 +1000

I spent three weeks in the Pilbara in May, the first time I¹d been to the
area. One of my hopes was to see the four Pilbara subspecies, in particular
the Pilbara striated grasswren. With only one bird seen, this subspecies is
scarce, certainly in the areas I visited.  The Pilbara is not unlike parts
of the Gulf Country in Queensland although more rugged; it¹s a fascinating
bit of country. There¹s a trip report at


Philip Maher

Australian Ornithological Services Pty Ltd
PO Box 385
South Yarra 3141
Tel: + 61 3 98204223
Mobile: 0417310200


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