"Brian & Meg" <>
John Tongue <>
Mon, 22 Apr 2013 08:26:15 +1000
G'day Brian and Meg,
The Birddata atlas website shows sightings for Malleefowl in the far NW corner
of SA, but doesn't record any for NT.
Have a great time searching for them, anyway!
On 22/04/2013, at 7:56 AM, Brian & Meg wrote:
> Hi. In the field guides by Pizzey & Knight, 7th & 9th Editions, it is
> suggested that a small population of Malleefowl may remain in the far NW
> corner of S.A. and the adjacent area just over the border in the N.T. We will
> be travelling through this area in June and are wondering about the status of
> such a population. I don't recall reading any reports about Malleefowl in
> this area. Can anyone add a comment of any sort about these birds in this
> remote location? Have they even been reported over the last 5 years?
> Brian & Meg
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