To: "Vella, Edwin" <>
Subject: Re: RFI : WESTERN NSW / VIC
From: Kirrama Wildlife Tours <>
Date: Mon, 13 Jul 1998 10:55:16 +1000
Hi Edwin,
I can't help you with your request, but I really think you should get
yourself the book from Thomas & Thomas "The complete guide to finding the
Birds of Australia". I mean, whoever is going to answer your request of 50
birds has to write almost a book.
Best of luck, Klaus 

At 08:07 13/07/98 +1000, you wrote:
>To all
>I  and a friend are planning a trip to Western NSW and VIC for November
>1998. We may be also venturing into eastern SA and south-western QLD.
>Although, I have seen some of the western species before, I have not yet
>ventured far enough to see many species (including the Emu) . We plan to go
>to such places as Round Hill, Mungo NP, Macquarie Marshes, Mootwingee etc. I
>would be very grateful if anyone could share some information for the best
>places to visit and to see the following species as below:
>1      Emu             
>2      Blue-billed Duck                
>3      Black-breasted Kite             
>4      Letter-winged Kite              
>5      Grey Falcon             
>6      Malleefowl              
>7      Inland Dotterel         
>8      Banded Stilt            
>9      Flock Pigeon            
>10     Pink Cockatoo           
>11     Regent Parrot           
>12     Mulga Parrot            
>13     Elegant Parrot          
>14     Blue-winged Parrot              
>15     Scarlet-chested Parrot          
>16     Bourke's Parrot         
>17     Black-eared Cuckoo              
>18     Fork-tailed Swift               
>19     Gilbert's Whistler              
>20     Red-lored Whistler              
>21     Crested Bellbird                
>22     Chirruping Wedgebill            
>23     Chestnut-breasted Quail-thrush          
>24     Cinnamon Quail-thrush           
>25     Chestnut Quail-thrush           
>26     Chestnut-crowned Babbler                
>27     Hall's Babbler          
>28     Mallee Emu-wren         
>29     Splendid Wren           
>30     White-winged Wren               
>31     Thick-billed Grasswren          
>32     Grey Grasswren          
>33     Striated Grasswren              
>34     Redthroat               
>35     Shy Heathwren           
>36     Rufous Fieldwren                
>37     Banded Whiteface                
>38     White-browed Treecreeper                
>39     Purple-gaped Honeyeater         
>40     Grey-fronted Honeyeater         
>41     Yellow-plumed Honeyeater                
>42     White-fronted Honeyeater                
>43     Pied Honeyeater         
>44     Gibber Chat             
>45     Orange Chat             
>46     Crimson Chat            
>47     Red-browed Pardalote            
>48     Little Woodswallow              
>49     Spotted Bowerbird               
>50     Little Crow             
>This list includes all the species that I have not seen and that have been
>recorded in western NSW and VIC. This also includes species that I will have
>little chance to see such as Flock Pigeons, Scarlet -chested Parrots etc. 
Kirrama Wildlife Tours   Klaus & Brenda Uhlenhut
PO Box 133   SILKWOOD  QLD   Australia

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