Australian splits

Just to stick my neck out and speaking of future splits, surely the Grey Shrike-thrush in the Red Centre should be split just on the basis of its song – nothing like that of the east coast species. I heard them singing at Kata Tjuta in June 2003 and again at Kings Canyon – pure . . . → Read More: Australian splits

Are emperor penguins eating enough?


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Australias best songster.

I used to think that the Sandstone Shrike-thrush was pretty hard to beat, but when the Little Shrike-thrush was recently re-instated as a full species, when I changed the listing on my website my attention was drawn to what an outstanding songster it is.

So my vote goes to a Little Shrike-thrush with Pied Butcherbird . . . → Read More: Australias best songster.

FW: Scrubwrens

Some might have missed part of the puzzle. The below message from Dick Schodde was copied to list but I think only went to personal addressees.


—–Original Message—– From: . . . → Read More: FW: Scrubwrens