White-throated Grass Wren

Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry lowland grassland and rocky areas. It is threatened by habitat loss.

The White-throated Grass Wren is classified as Vulnerable (VU), considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild.

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the white-throated grass wren, or listen for their delightful bird calls. On wetlands, magpie geese, jabirus and brolgas may also be spotted. After a full day exploring and bird watching, relax back at the lodge on the expansive shaded deck and enjoy the stunning sunsets. More

rare sighting of a White-throated Grass Wren at the bottom of the escarpment below Ranger Station. Also recorded for the first time was the Arufura Fantail, a smaller and rare sub-species of the Rufous Fantail. Night spotting was again poor, though this had probably to do with the lack of insect as the nights were cool. We did manage to spot an Owl-let Nightjar and a Bush Thick-knee. More

White-throated Grass Wren, and the Chestnut-quilled Rock Pigeon Comprising such diverse environments as woodlands, monsoon forests; sandstone country and floodplains, wetlands and billabongs, it’s hardly surprising that the region is home to over four hundred bird species - many in plentiful numbers. Top recommended locations include Kakadu’s Mamukala Wetlands, which features in this video. For more information and itineraries head to www.australiasoutback.com/birdwatching. 1. More

(although I was not able to go for White-throated Grass Wren at Gunlom in Kakadu NP as I had no 4WD). I ended up hiring the smallest car I could find, which in the event actually got upgraded to a medium sized Toyota Pulsar. This was booked via grahamrobeson@octa4.net.au at http://www.carand4wdhireaustralia.com. The car cost AU$360 for 8 days, including limited mileage of 250 km per day free. The route I took was well within the total mileage allowed. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Maluridae
Genus : Amytornis
Species : woodwardi
Authority : Hartert, 1905