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Records of the golden-headed cisticola, yellow chat, tawny grassbird and eastern grass owl in the channel country following several wet years

@article{Jaensch2013RecordsOT,
  title={Records of the golden-headed cisticola, yellow chat, tawny grassbird and eastern grass owl in the channel country following several wet years},
  author={R. Jaensch and Lynn P. Pedler and G. Carpenter and A. Black},
  journal={Sunbird: Journal of the Queensland Ornithological Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={43},
  pages={1}
}
We report observations of the Golden-headed Cisticola (Cisticola exilis), Yellow Chat (Epthianura crocea), Tawny Grassbird (Megalurus timoriensis) and Eastern Grass Owl (Tyto longimembris) from floodplains of the Queensland Channel Country in 2012. Habitat was lignum shrub communities, commonly with dense knee- to waist-deep seasonal forbs, sedges and grasses, on dry floodplain with shallow gutters. There are few or no previous records of these birds from natural habitats in Queensland's… Expand
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