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“Several mammal species, including bilby (Macrotis lagotis VU), northern quoll (Dasyurus hallucatus), pale field-rat (Rattus tunneyi), golden-backed tree-rat, and golden bandicoot have declined, especially in the lower rainfall lowland portions of this ecoregion.”
“None of these species now occurs in the southwest Kimberley, although the golden-backed tree-rat and golden bandicoot are still present in the rugged north Kimberley.”
“Another spotted black-and-white bird which now begins nesting operations is the yellow-fronted pied woodpecker (_Liopicus mahrattensis_) -- a species only a little less common than the beautiful golden-backed woodpecker.”
“The iora, the coppersmith, the barbet, the golden-backed woodpecker, and the white-breasted kingfisher continue to call merrily.”
“The green barbet (_Thereoceryx zeylonicus_) and the golden-backed woodpecker (_Brachypternus aurantius_) are now busy excavating their nests, which are so similar to those of their respective cousins -- the coppersmith and the pied woodpecker -- as to require no description.”
“The sunbirds, the fantail flycatchers, the orioles, the golden-backed woodpeckers, the white-breasted kingfishers and the black partridges call as lustily as ever, and the bulbuls continue to twitter to one another "stick to it!”
“Pied and golden-backed woodpeckers, companies of nuthatches, and, here and there, a wryneck move about on the trunks and branches, looking into every cranny for insects.”
“With the exception of the paroquets, spotted owlets, nuthatches, black vultures and pied kingfishers, which have completed nesting operations for the year, and the golden-backed woodpeckers and the cliff-swallows, which have reared up their first broods, the great majority of the birds mentioned as having nests or young in March or”
“The golden-backed woodpecker, the green bee-eater, the "blue jay" or roller, the paddy bird, the Indian and the magpie-robin, most familiar birds of the plains, are no longer seen.”
“The only woodpecker that I have noticed in the vicinity of Coonoor is Tickell's golden-backed woodpecker (_Chrysocolaptes gutticristatus_).”
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