Rufous Bristlebird

Its natural habitat is temperate forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.

The Rufous Bristlebird is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Rufous Bristlebird (Dasyornis broadbenti) is one of three species of the genus Dasyornis, the other two being the Eastern Bristlebird Dasyornis brachypterus (far eastern Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland) and the Western Bristlebird Dasyornis longirostris (Western Australia). Three subspecies of Rufous Bristlebird are recognised; * Dasyornis broadbenti caryochrous (Otways subspecies) occurring from Anglesea to Naringal East (near Warrnambool). More

Rufous Bristlebird (Dasyornis broadbenti) = Date: July 1999 Location: Great Ocean Road (Australia) See general information about Rufous Bristlebird. More

Spatial prediction of rufous bristlebird habitat in a coastal heathland: a GIS-based approach : Modelling species distribution Auteur(s) / Author(s) GIBSON L. A. (1) ; WILSON B. A. (1) ; CAHILL D. M. (2) ; HILL J. More

Photos: The male Rufous Bristlebird Dasyornis broadbenti was photographed by Hans & Judy Beste at Apollo Bay, Victoria, Australia, on 10 Oct 2003. Photos More

Rufous Bristlebird in western Victoria and south-eastern South Australia, and formerly in south-western Western Australia; with the Western Bristlebird occurring in a small area of south-west Western Australia. Behaviour - Bristlebirds are generally shy diurnal birds that skulk in dense vegetation. They preferentially run to avoid danger, but are capable of flying short distances. They generally occur in pairs, but their social structure has not been studied closely. More

The Rufous Bristlebird (Dasyornis broadbenti) is a species of bird in the Dasyornithidae family. It is endemic to Australia. Its natural habitat is temperate forests. It is threatened by habitat loss. Contents - * 1 Conservation status * 1.1 Australia * 1.1. More

* 5 1 1 3 8 3 Rufous Bristlebird (Dasyornis broadbenti) * * Family statistics 1 genus, 3 species - 7 files covering 1 genus (100%) 3 species (100%) 4 videos covering 1 genus (100%) 2 species (67%) 2 More

Rufous Bristlebird (Dasyornis broadbenti) = French: Dasyorne roux German: Rotkopf-Lackvogel Spanish: Picocerdas Rufo Other common names: Lesser Rufous/Rufous-backed/Southern Bristlebird, Cartwheel-bird Taxonomy: Sphenura Broadbenti McCoy, 1867, 24 miles from Portland Bay, Port Fairy, Victoria, Australia. Possible intermediates between nominate race and caryochrous in Victoria; further study required. More

Rufous Bristlebird Dasyornis broadbenti = Described by: McCoy (1867) Alternate common name(s): None known by website authors Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors Photographs Apollo Bay, Victoria, Australia - 2000 More

Rufous Bristlebird, found along the coast from the mouth of the Murray River in South Australia to near Torquay in Victoria. This Bristlebird is both the largest of the Bristlebirds and the most numerous. Sadly the Western Australian race of the Rufous Bristlebird is now thought to be extinct. These birds are called Bristlebirds because of small bristles on their face, around the top of the beak. More

Dasyornis brachypterus 11, 12 RUFOUS BRISTLEBIRD Dasyornis BIRDCHAT archives - December 2003, week 3 (#17): I had a Western Bristlebird* calling only feet from me but it ... and headed back towards WAIS Document Retrieval: E 3 NA NA (=brachypterus l.). Bristlebird, western rufous.. From: (Stephen Wales) Newsgroups: soc. ...: Parakeet Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae subflavescens Lord Howe Parakeet Dasyornis More

Rufous Bristlebird (Dasyornis broadbenti) ; DISPLAY FULL IMAGE."> Email : E-Card | Poster | Web Master Delete Edit Info Admin Description Rufous Bristlebird (Dasyornis broadbenti) Copyright Info does not have the copyright for this image. This photograph or artwork is copyright by the photographer or the original artist. If you are to use this photograph, please contact the copyright owner or the poster. More

Rufous Bristlebird Dasyornis broadbenti 2009 IUCN Red List Category (as evaluated by BirdLife International - the official Red List Authority for birds for IUCN): Least Concern Justification Although this species may have a restricted range, it is not believed to approach the thresholds for Vulnerable under the range size criterion (Extent of Occurrence 30% decline over ten years or three generations). More

The Rufous Bristlebird is predominantly dark brown above with a long tail and rich rufous coloured crown, nape and ear coverts. Its rump and centre of wings have varying shades of cinnamon–brown colouration. It has a pale grey-brown underside with scalloped markings on its throat and chest. A light grey marking surrounds the eye and extends to the bill. More

Rock now look ideal for Rufous Bristlebirds - there is no sign of the degradation described in the 1920's. Who knows, somewhere along that wild stretch of coastline a few birds might have survived in some pristine place. Presumably the W.A. birds were not blessed with the adaptability of their eastern counterparts which seem to be able to thrive in all manner of places seemingly spoilt by man. Unfortunately we don't know what the western ones sounded like but it seems unlikely they would differ greatly. More

Rufous Bristlebird Dasyornis broadbenti = Wye Valley, Victoria, Australia - Feb, 2006 More

Rufous Bristlebird - Dasyornis broadbenti Dasyorne roux = Dasyorne roux Le guide ornitho : Les 848 espèces d'Europe en 4000 dessins Gallery : © John Gould Site web : Order : Passériformes Family : Dasyornithidae Species : Rufous Bristlebird Reference: jogo41554 Other pictures Copy forbidden without prior authorization. More

Rufous Bristlebird (Dasyornis broadbenti), Victoria, Australia = Rufous Bristlebird (Dasyornis broadbenti), Victoria, Australia Submitted by sfmlab 02.24. More

longirostris) and the Rufous Bristlebird (Dasyornis broadbenti), are found in Western Australia and the interior of South Australia respectively. The Western Rufous Bristlebird, (Dasyornis broadbenti littoralis, this being a subspecies of the Rufous Bristlebird) is believed to have become extinct in the 20th Century. Broadbill Bronchi The word bronchi (adjective = bronchial) is derived from the greek "bronkhos", meaning the windpipe. More

Rufous Bristlebird (Dasyornis broadbenti) by Mark Harper. Loch Ard Gorge, VIC, Australia, 4-11-2009 XC40822 Rufous Bristlebird (Dasyornis broadbenti) by Mark Harper from Australia XC40822 :: Rufous Bristlebird (Dasyornis broadbenti caryochrous) = Recording data Recordist Mark Harper Date 4-11-2009 Time 06. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Dasyornithidae
Genus : Dasyornis
Species : broadbenti
Authority : (Milligan, 1902)