Swift Parrots and Jells Park Trip

To: "Paul Rose" <>, <>
Subject: Swift Parrots and Jells Park Trip
From: Paul Foxworthy <>
Date: Thu, 09 Nov 2000 10:26:50 +1000
At 11:05 9/11/2000 +1100, Paul Rose wrote:
a request for information on the best tracks in Jells Park

Jells Park is in Wheelers Hill in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne.

The best area is around the lake at the eastern end of the park. I suggest you start from the east car park, not the main one, and just circumnavigate the lake. Earlier in the year there were Tawny Frogmouths in the Stringybark picnic area. Anyone know if they're still there?

As for target species, you can find the bird lists from BayBOCA outings to Jells Park at


Paul Foxworthy

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