The Thick-billed Grasswren (Amytornis textilis modestus) was once a widespread species in arid Australia and occurred across much of western New South Wales. The species has undergone a dramatic contraction of range since European settlement and is now only considered locally common in the Lake Eyre and Lake Frome basins in South Australia (Garnett & Crowley 2000). The last confirmed record of the species in New South Wales was in 1956 (McAllan 2000).
Thick billed Grasswren (eastern subspecies) (Amytornis textilis modestus)
This Plan describes our current understanding of the Thick-billed Grasswren, documents research and management actions undertaken to date and identifies actions required and parties responsible to ensure ongoing viability of the species in the wild.
- 1 July 2002
- NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
- Publication, Recovery plan
- ISBN 0-73136-5143
- File PDF 0.3MB
- Pages 34
- Name thick-billed-grasswren-amytornis-textilis-modestus-recovery-plan.pdf