Clicky

December 14

Critically Endangered birds of SW Western Australia with Sarah Comer

0  comments

Managing isoloated populations is difficult, more so when bushfire places and entire population in peril. Sarah Comer explains how the WA government is managing Western Ground Parrot, Noisy Scrub-birds, Western Bristlebird and Western Whipbird.

MEET THE

Western Ground Parrot

Pezoporus flaviventris


MEET THE

Noisy Scrub-bird

Atrichornus clamosus


MEET THE

Western Bristlebird

Dasyornis longirostris


MEET THE

Western Whipbird

Psopodes nigrogularis ssp. nigrogularis


Note - Noisy Scrub-bird in podcast thumbnail credit to Alan Danks, and for the header photo of Western Ground Parrot release, credit Jennene Riggs.


Tags

Captive Breeding, fieldwork, Noisy Scrub-bird, research, Sarah Comer, translocations, Western Australia, Western Bristelebird, Western Ground Parrot, Western Whipbird


{"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}

Related Posts

grant

01/25/2023

DeGrowth

DeGrowth
Feral Cats in WA with Judy Dunlop

grant

01/17/2023

Meet Gregory Andrews

Meet Gregory Andrews
Designing a successful crowdfunding campaign with Matt Herring

Subscribe now to get the latest updates!

>