Banding the Chestnut Quail-thrush
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|| E. F. Boehm
Chestnut Quail-thrushes Cinclosoma castanotum
have been banded and retrapped
over a period of 16 years in the course of an Area Survey on the Mount Mary Plains,
110 km north-east of Adelaide, South Australia. Habitat degradation has caused a decline
in the numbers of the species. Results are presented showing some disparity in the
sexes of the sample studies, and provide information on longevity and average weights.
None of the quail-thrush species has been the subject of a published intensive study
involving the marking, or banding, of a sample of a population.
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