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The Wyperfeld, Big Desert and Ngarkat Important Bird Area comprises a 9743 km2 tract of semiarid mallee woodlands and shrublands in south-eastern Australia, straddling the border between the states of South Australia and Victoria. The site has been identified as an Important Bird Area (IBA) by BirdLife International because it supports populations of Malleefowl, Black-eared Miners, Mallee Emu-wrens, Red-lored Whistlers, Regent Parrots and Purple-gaped Honeyeaters.
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