RFI - Victorian birds

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Subject: RFI - Victorian birds
From: "Frank Hemmings" <>
Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2006 12:28:47 +1100
hi All,
I heading down to Melbourne for Australia day, and then down to Anglesea for the rest of the long weekend.  Does anyone know if /where ther are possible sites nearby to the general Anglesea area (i.e. up to say an hours drive) where I may find the following species?  I know some are probably long shots:
Olive Whistler
Striated Fieldwren (I am lining up a visit to Weribee so am guessing I may see this here?)
Hooded Dotterel
Cape Barren Goose
Rufous Bristlebird
Song Thrush (either Anglesea area or somewhere close to inner city Melbourne)
Please reply to my email address.  All information appreciated.  Cheers.
Frank Hemmings
John T. Waterhouse Herbarium
School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences
University of New South Wales
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