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Eucalypts of the Bendigo District. A Guide to Identification and Distribution reprinted 1991th ed., Bendigo: Bendigo Field Naturalists Club Inc., 1983.
Feeding ecology of falcons. Australasian Raptor Association News, 6, pp.10-12., 1985.
Draft national plan to combat rabies in foxes, feral cats and commensal dogs, Report to National Health and Medical Research Council., 1986.
Field surveys of the Regent Honeyeater Xanthomyza phrygia in Victoria. Australian Bird Watcher, 12, pp.91-95., 1987.
Fighting, form and function in honeyeaters. RAOU Newsletter, 74, pp.1-2., 1987.
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.
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.
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.
Establishment of a captive-breeding programme for the Helmeted Honeyeater Lichenostomus melanops cassidix. International Zoo Year-book, 31, pp.57-63., 1992.
The significance of Mountain Swamp Gum for Helmeted Honeyeater populations in the Yarra Valley. Victorian Naturalist, 110(6), pp.230-237., 1993.
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.
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A survey of the fauna of long unburnt and burnt open forest at Murgenella, Darwin: Unpublished report, Parks & Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory., 1995.
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.
A capture record of the Northern Shrike-tit. Northern Territory Naturalist, 15, pp.41-42., 1997.