> From: Jill Dening <>
> To: Birding-aus <>
> Subject: South-west Queensland
> Date: Monday, 27 July 1998 11:56
> My husband, James Hall, and I have just spent a mere week in the
> Charleville - Windorah and beyond area. We have been there several times,
> and the more we visit the area, the more devoted we are to our next trip.
> This year we went up in a light aircraft, flying at times at a mere 100
> feet over the Cooper floodplain, and really had a chance to appreciate
> good conditions. It was really memorable to be flying just above a pair
> flying brolga, and at eye level with a Brown Falcon.
> If anyone is planning a trip to SWQ , particularly the area
> and would like directions, I can help you find a couple of the more
> difficult species. This is on the understanding that you are not
> habitat-trampling twitchers.
> Please contact me directly if you want further information, and please
> don't contact me at all if you are likely to disturb the birds in your
> to tick them. The arid zone is delicate, and needs to be treated
> Jill Dening
> Sunshine Coast
Well done, Jill, illegal low flying is so much more delicate than trampling