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Local movements of Honeyeaters in a sub-coastal vegetation mosaic in the Northern Territory. Corella, 22(4), pp.97 - 103. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:910., 1998.
Paradise falters for seed-eating birds. Savanna Links, 6, p.8., 1998.
Post-juvenile moult strategies of co-existing Gouldian, Long-tailed and Masked Finches. Corella, 22, pp.73-79., 1998.
Some thoughts on taking birds from the wild. Thylacinus, 22, pp.8-11., 1998.
A capture record of the Northern Shrike-tit. Northern Territory Naturalist, 15, pp.41-42., 1997.
Notes on nests of the Chestnut Rail. Northern Territory Naturalist, 15, pp.6-11., 1997.
A massive aggregation of the Varied Lorikeet. Eclectus, 1, pp.6-7., 1996.
Nest counts as a technique for monitoring the impact of the Mt Todd Gold Mine on the Gouldian Finch: a discussion paper, Darwin: Gouldian Finch Recovery Project., 1996.
The status of the Black-eared Miner Manorina melanotis in New South Wales, Melbourne: Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union Report No. 99., 1996.
Helmeted Honeyeaters build bulkier nests in cold weather. Auk, 112, pp.247-248., 1995.
Movements of Helmeted Honeyeaters during the non-breeding season. Emu, 95, pp.111-118., 1995.
The reproductive biology of the Helmeted Honeyeater, Lichenostomus melanops cassidix. Wildlife Research, 22, pp.173-191., 1995.
Some observations of foraging and social behaviour of the Striped Honeyeater in South-western New South Wales. Australian Bird Watcher, 16, pp.71-74., 1995.
Studying honeyeaters in the monsoonal tropics. Thylacinus, 19, pp.3-7., 1995.
A survey of the fauna of long unburnt and burnt open forest at Murgenella, Darwin: Unpublished report, Parks & Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory., 1995.
Habitat selection by Helmeted Honeyeaters. Wildlife Research, 21, pp.53-63., 1994.
The importance of demographic uncertainty: an example from the Helmeted Honeyeater Lichenostomus melanops cassidix. Biological Conservation, 67, pp.135-142., 1994.
The significance of Mountain Swamp Gum for Helmeted Honeyeater populations in the Yarra Valley. Victorian Naturalist, 110(6), pp.230-237., 1993.
Establishment of a captive-breeding programme for the Helmeted Honeyeater Lichenostomus melanops cassidix. International Zoo Year-book, 31, pp.57-63., 1992.
Regent Honeyeater Xanthomyza phrygia (Shaw 1794). In Threatened Birds of Australia. An annotated list. Threatened Birds of Australia. An annotated list. Moonee Ponds: Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union, pp. 127-129., 1990.
Ecology of the Regent Honeyeater Xanthomyza phrygia. Emu, 89(3), pp.140-154., 1989.
Territorial behaviour of a Regent Honeyeater at feeding sites. Australian Bird Watcher, 13, pp.129-132., 1989.
The bare facial skin of the Regent Honeyeater. Australian Bird Watcher, 12, pp.237-238., 1988.
A history of the Regent Honeyeater in South Australia. South Australian Ornithologist, 30, pp.141-145., 1988.