Fwd: Grasswren, Mallee Emu-wren info wanted

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Subject: Fwd: Grasswren, Mallee Emu-wren info wanted
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Date: Sun, 14 Sep 2014 14:58:02 +1000
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Onderwerp Grasswren, Mallee Emu-wren info wanted

Hi guys,

Here I am again. After having searched for Western Grasswren T Wild Dog Hill 
(only getting poor views at dusk) and subsequent searches for the abandoned 
train station (Peter Waander's info came too late) and looking for them at the 
Myall Creek where it crosses the Lincoln Highway I hade no more views.

I will go to Flinder's Range in a few days. I have Tim Dolby's book (which is 
awesome by the way) but I was looking for some additional info for the 
Grasswrens. What the best techniques are and possible good sites.

So Short-tailed = bare spinifex-covered slopes Stokes Hill.
Striated = Supposedly more difficult to see because of the drought. My time at 
McDonald's is running out but basically where to find them.
Black-eared Minder latest info of where abouts would also be very much 
The same goes for Red-lored Whistler, only if something has changed!

Mallee Emu-wren, what are my best options, Hattah?

Lots of questions but basically focus on the Grasswrens if not having much time 
or motivation to answer ;-)

Hoping to hear something soon,

Best regards,

Pieter de Groot Boersma

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