Bilby

Bilby

Bilbies inhabit dry savanna and subtropical/tropical dry grassland habitats with tussock grassland, mulga woodland and shrubland, or hummlock grassland vegetation.

Bilbies inhabit dry savanna and subtropical/tropical dry grassland habitats. They are commonly found in arid, hot areas including deserts, dunes, and grasslands.

There are three main vegetation types commonly associated with bilby habitat: tussock grassland commonly found on the hills and uplands, mulga woodlands and shrublands, and hummlock grasslands found on dunes and sandy plains.


Image | © Bernard DUPONT, Some Rights Reserved (CC BY-SA 2.0)
Sources | (Brown, 2011; Burbidge & Woinarski, 2016; Environment Australia, 2004; Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, 1998; Pavey, 2006; The Wikimedia Foundation, 2021)

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