Thick-billed Grasswren

Its natural habitat is Mediterranean-type shrubby vegetation.

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

and Thick-billed Grasswrens (Schodde 1982), but perhaps not for Short-tailed? However, given what we later encountered with Eyrean, perhaps it is a behavior present in all species? Portion of painting (right) by Richard Weatherly from Schodde (1982) #3 THICK-BILLED GRASSWREN Amytornis textilis Thick-billed Grasswren, of the short-tailed eastern race modestus, was found at this well-known gully with saltbush (Atriplex) understory near Lyndhurst (photo above). More

The Thick-billed Grasswren (Amytornis textilis) is a species of bird in the Maluridae family. It is endemic to Australia. Its natural habitat is Mediterranean-type shrubby vegetation. References - * BirdLife International 2004. Amytornis textilis. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 24 July 2007. Stub icon This songbird-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. More

Distribution and habitats of the Thick-billed Grasswren, Amytornis textilis, subspecies myall Andrew Black, Graham Carpenter and Lynn Pedler. pp. 161-177. Abstract. The Thick-billed Grasswren Amytornis textilis, subspecies myall, occurs in semi-arid South Australia, between Whyalla and the Gawler Ranges. Its distribution is largely unchanged since its discovery in August 1902. Its present status in the Yellabinna region, where it was recorded once in 1909, is unknown. More

Thick-billed Grasswren (Eastern Subspecies) (Amytornis textilis modestus) (North, 1902) Recovery Plan = NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, July 2002 ISBN 0 7313 65143 Contents > Previous > Next 2 Description - * 2.1 Taxonomy * 2.2 General 2. More

Thick-billed Grasswren (Western Subspecies) (Amytornis textilis textilis) Interim Recovery Plan 2000 - 2002 = Department of Conservation and Land Management Western Australian Threatened Species and Communities Unit, February 2000 Thick Billed Grass wren Belinda Cale (ne More

The Thick-billed Grasswren is a small (16 cm), furtive, terrestrial, rusty brown songbird with fine white streaks on the head and body, short wings, and a long cocked tail like a fairy-wren. It is similar to other grasswrens in NSW, but lacks the facial patterns of the paler Grey and Striated Grasswrens. 2. Amytornis textilis modestus is one of three subspecies of the Thick-billed Grasswren. which occur in chenopod shublands in southern arid Australia. Subspecies A. t. More

Thick-billed Grasswren Amytornis textilis = Monkey Mia, Western Australia, Australia - Aug 11, 2006 More

Thick-billed Grasswren (Amytornis textilis) The following are photographs of Thick-billed Grasswrens at Monkey Mia in October 1995 and June 1999. More

The range and habitat characteristics of the thick-billed grasswren (Amytornis textilis) in the Shark Bay region, Western Australia Belinda Brooker Abstract The thick-billed grasswren (Amytornis textilis) has a disjunct distribution in the Shark Bay region, with one population confined to Peron Peninsula and the other further inland on Woodleigh Station and the north-eastern corner of Hamelin Station. Grasswrens were found in several vegetation types, including acacia shrublands, Triodia spinifex and the dense vegetation in drainage depressions. More

Fact Sheet: Thick-billed Grasswren (Amytornis textilis) = What does it look like? - Thick-billed grasswren Thick-billed grasswren distribution map With its earthy brown plumage marked with fine white streaks, the thick-billed grasswren is well camouflaged in its shrubby habitat. As its name suggests, the grasswren’s beak is heavier than that of other wren species, and is used to pick and crush the seeds that form much of its diet. More

The Thick-billed Grasswren is a thick-set, finely streaked, pale fawn grasswren with a heavy bill. It can be told apart from other grasswrens by a combination of the stout bill and drab uniform brownish plumage with coarsely white-streaked head and upperparts and faintly streaked underparts. Location and habitat - Distribution Formerly occurred in central and western NSW, near “Mount Arrowsmith” station, Mossgiel, and along the lower Namoi River. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Maluridae
Genus : Amytornis
Species : textilis
Authority : (Dumont, 1824)