|Subject:||My Kakadu Trip Website|
|Date:||Thu, 19 Aug 2004 17:15:40 +1000|
I'd like to thank everyone that helped me with the planning of my trip to Kakadu. It was a fantastic trip!
Niven's book was a great resource, and i also managed to do a bit of exploring as well, that turned up some unexpected sightings (like a group of mystery quails at Hardy's Lagoon).
There were many hightlights of the trip, including Little Kingfisher, Varied Lorikeets, the sandstone specialties (dipped on the grasswren) and some stunning common birds in some amazing settings.- loved the yellow water cruise at cooinda!
I've thrown together a Kakadu website of my photography taken with my recent Canon Digital SLR purchase. I'm very happy with the results this camera and lens has produced for me.
My Website can be veiwed at http://www.deakin.edu.au/~pfuller/kakadu.html
If anyone has any troubles accessing the site, or any problems with mis-id's species or missing photos, please let me know.
I'll hopefully have a couple more pages up in the not too distant future with species seen outside darwin, and around darwin.
....sooo many photos...soo little time.
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