A Victorian in South Australia

Subject: A Victorian in South Australia
From: "Paul Coddington" <>
Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2002 02:14:10 +0000
From: "Jenny Skewes" <>
Subject: [BIRDING-AUS] A Victorian in South Australia

I will be in SA next week on a work trip and hope to see the Hudwit (thanks
Ian May). Are there any other essentials? I will be in Adelaide then the
Barossa and south to Victor Harbour. Best spots?

Kaisterstuhl Conservation Park is close to the Barossa and has a nice walking trail and quite good birding. Sandy Creek CP is on the way to the Barossa from Adelaide and is a great spot. You should aim to spend a few hours looking around Penrice Salt Fields where the Hudwit is. There are plenty of parks in the Adelaide hills that are only a short drive from the city and have nice bushwalks and birding - Morialta and Belair are two of the more popular nearby parks.

The Fleurieu Birdwatchers have a really nice brochure "Birdwatching on the Southern Fleurieu" with places to go birding around Victor Harbor. You can
get it at tourist centres or contact them - see their Web site Birdwatchers.htm

Paul Coddington
Adelaide, South Australia

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