Sedentariness and survival of White-browed Scrub-wrens in the Brindabella Range, Australian Capital Territory
White-browed Scrub-wrens have been banded at New Chums Road in the Brindabella Range, Australian Capital Territory since 1961, as part of a larger bird-banding study. Adult White-browed Scrub-wrens were sedentary, and during the period 1961-82 their mean annual survival rate was 65 per cent. This compares with an annual survival of 77 per cent for adult White-browed Scrub-wrens in south-west Western Australia.
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