Dusky woodswallows are widespread in eastern, southern and south western Australia. The species occurs throughout most of New South Wales, but is sparsely scattered in, or largely absent from, much of the upper western region. Most breeding activity occurs on the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range. Declared Vulnerable in NSW.
MapsMeroo National Park Batemans Marine Park Benandarah State Forest Booderee National Park Yatteyattah Nature Reserve Budderoo National Park Colymea State Conservation Area Jerrawangala National Park Murramarang National Park Morton National Park Jervis Bay National Park Mogo State Forest South Pacific Heathland Reserve Nowra - Bens Walk Bushcare Group Callala Creek Bushcare Cudmirrah-Berrara Bushcare Bens Walking Track Bomaderry Creek Walking Track Garrad Reserve Walking Track
Points of interestCanberra Avenue
PlacesUlladulla, NSW Broulee, NSW Berry, NSW Moruya, NSW
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