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Western Bristlebird Dasyornis longirostris



References

Bird, J.P., Martin, R., Akçakaya, H.R., Gilroy, J., Burfield, I.J., Garnett, S.G., Symes, A., Taylor, J., ?ekercio?lu, Ç.H. and Butchart, S.H.M. 2020. Generation lengths of the world’s birds and their implications for extinction risk. Conservation Biology 34(5): 1252-1261. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.13486.

Burbidge, A. H., Comer, S., Danks, A., Berryman, A., Hamilton, N. 2010. Attempted reintroduction of the Western Bristlebird in south-western Australia. In: Soorae, P. S. (ed.), Global Re-Introduction Perspectives: Additional Case-studies from Around the Globe, pp. 171-175. IUCN/SSC Re-Introduction Specialist Group, Abu Dhabi.

Burbidge, A.H. 2003. Birds and fire in the Mediterranean climate of south-west Western Australia. In: Abbott, I., Burrows, N. (ed.), Fire in Ecosystems of south-west Western Australia: Impacts and Management, pp. 321-347. Backhuys, Leiden.

Cale, P.G., Burbidge, A.H. 1993. Research plan for the Western Ground Parrot, Western Whipbird and Western Bristlebird. Report to Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra.

Comer, S., Burbidge, A., Danks, A. 2020. Western Bristlebird (Dasyornis longirostris) and Noisy Scrub-bird (Atrichornis clamosus) monitoring in the Albany Management Zone, 2019. DBCA Report to BirdLife and the South Coast Threatened Birds Recovery Team, Albany.

Comer, S., Burbidge, A.H., Danks, A., Garnett, S.T. 2021. Western Bristlebird Dasyornis longirostris. In: Garnett, S.T. Baker, G.B. (ed.), The Action Plan for Australian Birds 2020, pp. 591-594. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Comer, S., McNee, S. 2001. Surveys for the Western Bristlebird and Western Whipbird. Albany 2001. Unpublished report to the South Coast Threatened Bird Recovery Team.

Danks, M.; Comer, S. 2006. Mt Manypeaks update: Project Phoenix rises! South Coast Threatened Bird News: 10-11.

Department of Parks and Wildlife. 2014. South Coast Threatened Birds Recovery Plan. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Perth.

Garnett, S.T., Szabo, J.K. and Dutson, G. 2011. The Action Plan for Australian Birds 2010. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood.

Gilfillan, S., Comer, S., Burbidge, A.H., Blyth, J., Danks, A., Newell, J. 2009. South Coast Threatened Birds Recovery Plan. Western Australian Wildlife Management Program No. 44. WA Department of Environment and Conservation, Perth.

Herold, N., Ekström. M., Kala, J., Goldie, J., Evans, J.P. 2018. Australian climate extremes in the 21st century according to a regional climate model ensemble: Implications for health and agriculture. Weather and Climate Extremes 20: 54-68.

IUCN. 2022. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2022-1. Available at: www.iucnredlist.org. (Accessed: 21 July 2022).

McNee, S. 1986. Surveys of the Western Whipbird and Western Bristlebird in western Australia, 1985. Royal Australasian Ornithologists' Union, Victoria, Australia.

McNee, S., Newbey, B., Comer, S. and Burbidge, A.H. 2021. Western Bristlebird Dasyornis longirostris: Response to fire and persistence of home range in the Fitzgerald River National Park, Western Australia. Australian Field Ornithology 38.

Smith, G.T. 1977. The effect of environmental change on six rare birds. Emu 77: 173-179.

Smith, G.T. 1987. Observations on the biology of the Western Bristle-bird Dasyornis longirostris. Emu 87: 111-118.

Threatened Species Scientific Committee (TSSC). 2018. Conservation Advice Dasyornis longirostris Western Bristlebird. Department of the Environment and Energy, Canberra.

Tiller, C., Comer, S., Danks, A. 2006. Noisy Scrub-bird Recovery Program and Project Phoenix Annual Report 2006. Unpublished report to the South Coast Threatened Birds Recovery Team.

Further resources

Australian Govt - Action Plan for Australian Birds 2000 - Recovery Outline

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Media resources

Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2022) Species factsheet: Dasyornis longirostris. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 26/09/2022. Recommended citation for factsheets for more than one species: BirdLife International (2022) IUCN Red List for birds. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 26/09/2022.