rock parrots, nowingi, SW WA...

To: "Lorne Johnson" <>
Subject: rock parrots, nowingi, SW WA...
From: knightl <>
Date: Fri, 13 Aug 2004 09:30:06 +1000

On Friday, August 13, 2004, at 09:19  AM, Lorne Johnson wrote:

Hello birdlovers... Lorne here...

2. Is Two Peoples Bay the best place to see the bristlebird, scrub-bird
and whipbird in SW WA? Is there anywhere closer to the Margaret River?

I would think that all the sites for those three species would be within 100 km of Two Peoples Bay - you would have buckleys chance of seeing any of them to the west of Walpole.

3. Are Rock Parrots easy to see in Port GAwler, SA? Can the places to
see them be accessed by conventional vehicle?

Rock parrots are pretty common along the south coast of WA [eg around Albany]. I have also seen them at Pt Lincoln.

Regards, Laurie

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