To: Birding Aus <>
Subject: SW WA RFI
From: "Quentin Paynter" <>
Date: Fri, 16 Aug 2002 11:08:51 +0930
Hi everyone,

I'm visiting south-west WA in a couple of weeks time with some 
friends from the UK.

We will be mainly targetting the endemics and potential splits, such 
as the western form of the crested shrike-tit, and will be using the 
excellent information on Frank O'Connor's web page and the 
Thomas & Thomas guide book to plan our itinerary.

I'm putting this request out in the hope that some kind soul might 
provide us with the latest information on where some of the tricky 
species have recently been seen, in the hope that we might tick 
things off quickly enough to also have time to head up to Kalbarri NP 
and Monkey Mia.

Thanks in advance,

Quentin Paynter

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