National Recovery Plan for Eastern Bristlebird Dasyornis brachypterus


Abbreviations and Acronyms used in this plan



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Abbreviations and Acronyms used in this plan
ANU Australian National University, Canberra

BMAD Bell Miner Associated Forest Dieback

BMP Biodiversity Management Plan

CAMBA China-Australia Migratory Bird Agreement

CITES Convention on International Trade In Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora

CMA Catchment Management Authority

CMS/Bonn Convention Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals

DECCW Former Department of Environment Climate Change and Water (NSW)


(now OEH - Office of Environment and Heritage)

DERM Former Department of Environment and Resource Management (Qld)

DEST Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories (Commonwealth)

DEWHA Former Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts (Commonwealth)

(now DSEWPC)

DSE Department of Sustainability and Environment (Vic)

DSEWPC Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (Commonwealth)

EPBC Act Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999

EHP Department of Environment and Heritage Protection (Qld)

FFG Act Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988 (Vic)

IBA Important Bird Area

IUCN International Union for Conservation of Nature

JAMBA Japan-Australia Migratory Bird Agreement

LALC Local Aboriginal Land Council

LHPA Livestock Health and Pest Authorities (NSW)

NC Act Nature Conservation Act 1992 (Qld)

NCC Nature Conservation Council (NSW)

NP National Park.

NPWS National Parks and Wildlife Service (NSW)

NPRSR National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing (QLD)

NR Nature Reserve

NRM Natural Resource Management

NSW New South Wales

OEH Office of Environment and Heritage (NSW) (previously DECCW - Department of Environment Climate Change and Water)

Qld Queensland

RFS Rural Fire Service (NSW Government)

SEQC South-eastern Queensland Catchments

SCA Sydney Catchment Authority

TSC Act Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 (NSW)

UNESCO United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

UoW University of Wollongong

Vic Victoria(n)

WHA World Heritage Area

Acknowledgements
A large number of people have contributed to the survey, research and management of the Eastern Bristlebird over many years. I would like to acknowledge all the dedicated people who have given their time, effort and support over the years to conserving this species.
This recovery plan draws from considerable research and management information, both published and unpublished, and incorporates advice provided by a large number of species experts and managers. Particular thanks in this regard are due to Damon Oliver, Lynn Baker, David Stewart, David Rohweder, David Charley, Rosie Booth, Stephen King, John Young, Sheena Gillman, John Nagle, John Locke, Rebecca Williams, Ashley Bunce, Jack Baker, David Bain, Louise Oliver, Nick Dexter, Martin Fortescue, Glenn Forrest, Mark Armstrong, Jan Forbes, Elizabeth Dixon, Michael Smith, Ford Kristo, Bruce Gray, Stephen J Moore, Greg Campbell, Kel Lambkin, Peter Latch, Mick Bramwell, Lyn Evans, Graham Moore, Peter Ewin, Rod Mason, Andrew Chalklen and Sally Egan.

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Appendix 1
Existing plans, strategies and programs with relevance to the Eastern Bristlebird and/or its habitat.
Baker, J 1996, Strategy for conservation and management of the Ground Parrot and Eastern Bristlebird at Nadgee Nature Reserve, NSW Jervis Bay National Park and Beecroft Peninsula. Report to NSW NPWS and ANCA.

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Booderee National Park Board of Management and Director of National Parks March 2002, Booderee National Park Management Plan, Jervis Bay. Commonwealth of Australia.

Charley, D 2010, Draft Eastern Bristlebird Recovery Program Northern Working Group 2010 Business Plan, April 2010 version 1.0. Report by Wildsearch Environmental Services to Northern Working Group.

DEC 2004, Draft Recovery Plan for the Eastern Bristlebird (Dasyornis brachypterus). Department of Environment and Conservation, Sydney, NSW.

DECC 2009, Cascade National Park, Juny Juluum National Park and Cascade State Conservation Area Draft Plan of Management. Department of Environment and Climate Change, NSW.

DECCW 2010a, Border Ranges Rainforest Biodiversity Management Plan NSW and Qld, Department of Environment and Climate Change NSW, Sydney.

DECCW 2010b, Northern Rivers Regional Biodiversity Management Plan, National Recovery Plan for the Northern Rivers Region, Department of Environment and Climate Change NSW, Sydney.

Department of Defence Shoalhaven Bushfire Management Plan 2009/10 – 2013/14, GHD, August 2009

DoP 2007, NSW South Coast Regional Strategy 2006-31. Department of Planning, NSW. (www.planning.nsw.gov.au/southcoast/p/southcoast_regionalstrategy.pdf)

DSE 1999, Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988 Action Statement No. 89. Eastern bristlebird Dasyornis brachypterus. Department of Sustainability and Environment, East Melbourne, Victoria.

Holmes, G 1989, Eastern Bristlebird: species management plan for northern populations. Brisbane and Sydney: Draft unpublished report to the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.

Holmes, G 1998, Eastern Bristlebird Recovery Plan 1998-2003. Draft report prepared for the Eastern Bristlebird Recovery Team. Queensland Department of Environment, Brisbane.

NCC 2010, Hotspots Fire Project. Nature Conservation Council of NSW website (accessed June 2010) (http://nccnsw.org.au/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=317&Itemid=642).

NPWS 1998, Budderoo National Park, Macquarie Pass National Park, Barren Grounds Nature Reserve and Robertson Nature Reserve Plan of Management. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Hurstville.

NPWS 2003, Draft Fire Management Strategy Nadgee Nature Reserve. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Merimbula.

NPWS 2005, Nadgee Nature Reserve Plan of Management. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Merimbula.

NPWS 2007, Jervis Bay National Park and Woollamia Nature Reserve Draft Plan of Management. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service Part of the Department of Environment and Climate Change (NSW)

Stewart, D 2006, Recovery plan for the northern population of the Eastern Bristlebird Dasyornis brachypterus monoides 2007–2011. Report to the Department of the Environment and Heritage, Canberra. Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, Brisbane.

York, J 2002, Eastern Bristlebird Public Contact Action Plan. Report to Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.





1 Area of occupancy is the area within its 'extent of occurrence' which is occupied by a taxon, excluding unsuitable or unoccupied habitats.


2 Extent of occurrence is the area contained within the shortest continuous imaginary boundary which can be drawn to encompass all the known, inferred or projected sites of present occurrence of a taxon, excluding cases of vagrancy.

3 Generation length is the average age of parents in the population (IUCN 1994).



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