This Recovery Plan provides up to date and more detailed descriptions of …
A recovery program was essential to guide this long term process and in 1985 a Management Program for the Noisy Scrub-bird was published.
Atrichornis clamosus. About the author.
1991 Danks A, Rolfe J, Burbidge AH (1991).
Western Australian Naturalist 8, 81-84.
1986) and much of the information and recovery actions provided here are taken from that document. In 1 library.
This Recovery Plan provides up to date and more detailed descriptions of actions and accurate costing of … Wingspan 7(1), p. 9. The Passenger Pigeon. Efforts to save Western Australia's rarest bird - the noisy scrub-bird - have received a further $47,000 funding.
2nd Volume. Australian Mammalogy 19, pp.
2000. Medium Noisy Scrub-bird Research and Recovery Program 1964-2010 Comer, S.J., Cowen, S., Berryman, A & Tiller, C. DEC, 120 Albany Hwy, Albany WA 6330, Sarah.Comer@dec.wa.gov.au Recovery of the Noisy Scrub-bird Atrichornis clamosus commenced in the 1960s when the species was rediscovered at Two Peoples Bay, near Albany Western Australia. Endangered species. R.H. Stranger. Como, W.A.
1996 Danks A, Burbidge AA, Burbidge AH, Smith GT (1996). (Ed) Global Re-Introduction Perspectives.
Noisy Scrub-bird (Atrichornis clamosus) Recovery Plan = Alan Danks1, Andrew A. Burbidge2, Allan H. Burbidge2 and Graeme T. Smith3 ISSN 0816-9713 Contents > Previous > Next 1. 2000. Rediscovery of the Noisy Scrub-bird Atrichornis clamosus. This management plan for Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve also contains relevant strategies from the regional management plan prepared in 1992 for CALM's South Coast Region. Environment Minister Jim McGinty said the Federal Government had provided the funds to the Department of Conservation and Land Management for a recovery plan for the bird as part of $1.2 million allocated to Western Australia under the Commonwealth's endangered species program.
Since then a recovery plan has been put into action. Noisy Scrub-bird Recovery Plan.
Comer, S. and Danks, A. 69–72.
It was presumed extinct until a population was discovered at Two Peoples Bay , east of Albany in Western Australia in the 1960s. 2, The Noisy Scrub Bird, was published in 1986 (Burbidge et al.
Noisy Scrub-bird Recovery Plan Annual Report 1999. 2, The Noisy Scrub Bird, was published in 1986 (Burbidge et al.
29, 22 p. Danks A, Burbidge AH (1997).