The Western Ground Parrot (Pezoporus flaviventris) is a Western Australian endemic bird that is perilously close to extinction. This blog aims to compile an archive of information garnered between the 1800s and 2009 about this elusive bird. Up-to-date information about the Western Ground Parrot, including current conservation measures, can be found from the Friends of the Western Ground Parrot website :
The table below shows that the duration of calling was more than twice as long in October as in September. The number of calls was only 20% higher in October. The map (Map 6)shows the positive listening points in and near the swamp (south-west of lake).