Inland dotterel RFI

Subject: Inland dotterel RFI
From: "Daubeney, Giles" <>
Date: Tue, 24 Dec 2002 07:09:53 +0800
Does anyone know of the closest likely spot for Inland dotterel ?(from
Melbourne) -   I have heard of the Hay plains (but not sure of their exact
whereabouts). I would be coming up from Melbourne, so the closer to
Deniliquin the better, also on the look out for recent sightings of crimson
/orange chats and black honeyeaters.


Giles Daubeney
Manufacturing Manager
John Crane Australia
 (P) +  61 3 9289 4777
 (F) + 61 3 9289 4788

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