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Grasswren Collection

Background imageGrasswren Collection: Dusky Grasswren On a rocky spinifex covered hillside between Alice Springs and Santa Teresa

Dusky Grasswren On a rocky spinifex covered hillside between Alice Springs and Santa Teresa, Northern Territory
DH-4586 Dusky Grasswren On a rocky spinifex covered hillside between Alice Springs and Santa Teresa, Northern Territory, Australia

Background imageGrasswren Collection: Western grasswren and blackbird

Western grasswren and blackbird
Western grasswren, Amytornis textilis 1 and common blackbird with nest and eggs, Turdus merula 2. Merion, Merle commun. Handcoloured steel engraving by Pedretti after an illustration by Adolph Fries

Background imageGrasswren Collection: Subalpine warbler, Sylvia cantillans (male)

Subalpine warbler, Sylvia cantillans (male), and thick-billed grasswren, Amytornis textilis.. Handcolored copperplate stipple engraving from Dumont de Sainte-Croixs Dictionary of Natural Science

Background imageGrasswren Collection: Dusky Grasswren (Amytornis purnelli) adult, perched on branch, Outback, Northern Territory

Dusky Grasswren (Amytornis purnelli) adult, perched on branch, Outback, Northern Territory, Australia

Background imageGrasswren Collection: Striated Grasswren Near Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia

Striated Grasswren Near Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia. This bird at the Ayers Rock sunset viewing site
DH-4611 Striated Grasswren Near Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia. This bird at the Ayers Rock sunset viewing site. Amytornis striatus Don Hadden Please note that prints are for personal display

Background imageGrasswren Collection: Black Grasswren - female A rare Australian grasswren confined to huge sandstone gorges

Black Grasswren - female A rare Australian grasswren confined to huge sandstone gorges
DH-3989 Black Grasswren - female Little Mertens Falls, Mitchell Plateau, Kimberley, Western Australia Amytornis housei Don Hadden Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageGrasswren Collection: Black Grasswrens - male and female A rare Australian grasswren confined to huge sandstone gorges

Black Grasswrens - male and female A rare Australian grasswren confined to huge sandstone gorges
DH-3897 Black Grasswrens - male and female Near Little Mertens Falls, Mitchell Plateau, Kimberley, Western Australia Amytornis housei A rare Australian grasswren confined to huge sandstone gorges

Background imageGrasswren Collection: Black Grasswren - Bounds from rock to rock disappearing through crevices beneath giant boulders

Black Grasswren - Bounds from rock to rock disappearing through crevices beneath giant boulders reappearing farther
DH-3896 Black Grasswren - bounds from rock to rock disappearing through crevices beneath giant boulders reappearing farther on as they move through their territory Near Little Mertens Falls

Background imageGrasswren Collection: Thick-billed Grasswren. Formerly Western Grasswren. Inhabits sandplains with scattered shrubs

Thick-billed Grasswren. Formerly Western Grasswren. Inhabits sandplains with scattered shrubs
DH-3596 Thick-billed Grasswren. Formerly Western Grasswren Monkey Mia, Western Australia. Amytornis textilis textilis Inhabits sandplains with scattered shrubs


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