|Subject:||Visiting American birdo|
|From:||"Bill Stent" <>|
|Date:||Tue, 3 May 2005 20:48:00 +1000|
Hi all, Bill here
I know this may be short notice, but an American birdo by the name of Albert York is visiting Melbourne (and indeed Australia) for the first time this weekend, and would like to take a trip somewhere. I'd take him out myself, but I'm not in Melbourne this weekend, unfortunately.
Is anyone planning a trip to the Western Treatment Plant on Sunday morning? Albert is going to be staying at a hotel in Little Collins street, and has to be back by 3pm at the latest. This will only give enough time for a lightning trip, but remember that nearly every bird he will see on the day will be a lifer - I'd go just to see his reaction! If required, I can let him into the secret and wond'rous knowledge of how to get to Werribee station to be met there.
If the WTP isn't possible, a second preference is the Dandenong ranges, as he is a delegate at a conference at Belgrave Heights beginning at 4pm.
If anyone can help here, please let me know directly.
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