Re: Rottnest Island.

Subject: Re: Rottnest Island.
From: Robert Davis <>
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 1997 15:17:48
Dear Stewart,

Rottnest is certainly one of the best places to see naturalised birds such
as the Peafowl and Ring-necked Pheasant. There are usually a wide range of
passerines and non-passerines such as the rock-parrots mentioned by Shane.
There is usually a good selection of waders to be seen in the pink lake
near Government house, and of course a range of seabirds to be seen around
the island. The book mentioned by Stephen is well worth getting and is
usually available in Dymocks and Angus and Robertson stores in Perth, and
if not , will certainly be available from The WA museum bookshop. Happy


Robert Davis
Honours Student 
School of Biological and Environmental Sciences
Murdoch University
Perth WA

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