Subject: RFI:Brisbane/Lamington
Date: Thu, 21 May 1998 11:30:12 +1000
Hi everyone,
                 I am heading to Brisbane for work in mid June and have 
booked a couple of nights afterwards in Lamington.  I expect I will 
be able to get information from the people at O'Reilly's on the best 
birds and bird spots when I am there although any information you 
think might be usefull would be appreciated.  However I would especially like 
information for spots close to Brisbane city (near the airport if 
possible) where I could fill in a morning while waiting for my wife 
to arrive.  I am very interested in trying for the mangrove species 
(eg honeyeater and gerygone if they are around during winter).   But 
any good bird spots would be interesting.  I will have a car but only 
about 3 hours to spare near Brisbane.  
                                                Thanks for the help
                                                John Boyce
 Monash University
 Clayton VIC 3168     

Best Wishes
John Boyce

Department of Microbiology
Monash University
Clayton, 3168
Vic. Australia
phone: work:  9905 4838
       home:  9376 6641

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