Record numbers of Eastern Bristlebirds in Jervis Bay's Booderee National Park survey

Robert Crawford
By Robert Crawford
Updated November 23 2021 - 9:52pm, first published 3:30am
DISTINCTIVE SOUND: Eastern Bristlebirds produce a loud, melodic song and a harsh, sharp alarm-call. Photo: Chris Grounds

They may only around 20 centimetres long and weigh just 40 grams, and are probably not as well known as some of the other endangered species in Booderee National Park, but the Eastern Bristlebird is proving to be one of its stars.

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Robert Crawford

Robert Crawford

Senior Journalist

Robert Crawford is a senior journalist at the South Coast Register, for Australian Community Media . Everyone's got a story, what's yours? Email robert.crawford@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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