Noisy Scrub-bird (Atrichornis clamosus) Recovery Plan
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Existing conservation measures
- 3. Recovery Objectives, Strategy and Criteria
- 4. Recovery Actions
- 5. Implementation Schedule
- 1. Population data that could be used in a calculation of effective population size Ne , the Mt Gardner population
- 1. Former and existing Noisy Scrub-bird localities
- 2. Noisy Scrub-bird population concentrations in 1994 in the Albany Management Zone (missing)
- 3. Total number of singing males and number in each subpopulation
- 1 Numbers of singing male Noisy Scrub-birds in each subpopulation in the Albany Management Zone, plus numbers at recent release sites
- 2 Effective population size, Ne, using Smith's (in press a) assumptions 2 and 3 (for the Two Peoples Bay population).
- 3 Tentative translocation program by year, 1993 to 2002.
- 4 Tentative monitoring schedule, 1993 to 2002.
The Western Australian Department of Conservation and Land Management (CALM) publishes Wildlife Management Programs to provide detailed information and management actions for the conservation of threatened or exploited species of flora and fauna. Wildlife Management Program No. 2, The Noisy Scrub Bird, was published in 1986 (Burbidge et al. 1986) and much of the information and recovery actions provided here are taken from that document. This Recovery Plan provides up to date and more detailed descriptions of actions and accurate costing of them.
Recovery Plans delineate, justify and schedule management actions necessary to support the recovery of an endangered or vulnerable species or ecological community. The attainment of objectives and the provision of funds is subject to budgetary and other constraints affecting the parties involved, as well as the need to address other priorities. Recovery Plans do not necessarily represent the views nor the official positions of any individuals or agencies represented on the Recovery Team. This Recovery Plan has been approved by the Executive Director, Department of Conservation and Land Management, the National Parks and Nature Conservation Authority and the Minister for the Environment.
Approved Recovery Plans are subject to modification as dictated by new findings, changes in species' status and completion of recovery actions.
Information in the Plan is accurate to December 1994.
1Department of Conservation and Land Management
2Department of Conservation and Land Management
3CSIRO Division of Wildlife and Ecology