RE:RFI - Victorian birds

To: "Birding Aus (E-mail)" <>, <>
Subject: RE:RFI - Victorian birds
From: "Barry Lingham" <>
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 12:03:01 +1100
Hi Frank

You may be interested in some of the sightings from the Geelong Field
Naturalists Club over the past 2 months.
Check our website and look up latest bird
sightings. There is a link to last months records.

While in Anglesea, you may find a Hooded Plover along the beach west of
Point Roadknight.  A drive back towards Torquay, then north into Forest Road
and then left towards Gum Flat should be productive.  Trees are flowering at
The Iron Bark Basin/Point Addis, but they have not attracted many birds
yet - maybe too dry.

Good Luck

Barry Lingham
GFNC Bird Group
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