|Subject:||Birdline Victoria Highlights for week ending 19 November, 2000|
|From:||S Cooney <>|
|Date:||Sun, 19 Nov 2000 20:53:45 +1100|
Here are the highlights from last week on Birdline Victoria.
14 November, 2000, Several reports of Black Honeyeaters at Goschen Reserve and Quambatook to Boort Rd. From Chris Coleburn.
14 November, 2000, Dollarbirds at Terrick Terrick National Park, from Chris Coleburn.
14 November, 2000, Rufous Fantail at George St Reserve, Sandringham (Melways p. 77)
14 November, 2000, Painted Honeyeater at the Grampians, a few kilometres north of Dunkeld, Latitude: S 37o 36' 53" Longitude: E 142o 19' 18"
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