Access-friendly Birding Sites

To: "Birding Aus" <>
Subject: Access-friendly Birding Sites
From: "Reid" <>
Date: Sun, 17 Mar 2002 11:56:37 +1100
Hello all,

A recent post by Terry Pacey regarding limited ability to access a birding
site set me to thinking, as I have a problem similar to that - only able to
walk over short distances of very easy, flat going, otherwise restricted to
car or wheelchair.

Given that most birding involves scrambling up mountains, or through
semi-jungle, or wading chest-deep through rising tides, I think it might be
some value in having a list of  'access-friendly' sites that can be used by
people with limited mobility.

I must add, I realise that the majority of such sites might be in more
'public' areas and so the numbers of species might be limited, but hey! -
any bird is better than no bird.

Does anyone have a list, or know of one?


Ralph Reid

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