RE: Help wanted Birding Armidale/Dorrigo Glen Innes area

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Subject: RE: Help wanted Birding Armidale/Dorrigo Glen Innes area
From: "Osborn, Paul PR" <>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 14:38:40 +1100
Ian Sinclair asked about birding around Armidale/Dorrigo/Glen Innes.

The New England National Park, a World Heritage area lies between
Armidale and Dorrigo and offers some good birding and interesting
scenery. Saw Rufous Scubbirds there a couple of years ago. There are
lots of National Parks nearby, including Cathedral Rock. Dorrigo itself
has a magnificent rainforest in the NP there with very good birding. To
the NW of Glen Innes there is Kings Plains NP which has large flocks of
finches, including Plum-headed.

HTH, Paul Osborn

> ----------
> From:         Sinclair Ian[SMTP:
> Sent:         Wednesday, 18 February 1998 12:11
> To:   'BirdingAus'
> Subject:      Help wanted Birding Armidale/Dorrigo Glen Innes area
> Hi
> I'll be spending a few days touring around this area with my partner
> and
> my parents early April.  Are there any spots which are relatively
> easily
> accessible which are of birding interest?  
> Thanks
> Ian Sinclair
> Planning & Environment Officer
> Resource Management 
> Department of Natural Resources, Mareeba
> Phone (070) 928 555
> Fax (070) 923 593
> Email 

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