Gama (near Hopetoun in Victoria)

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Subject: Gama (near Hopetoun in Victoria)
From: "Bill Stent" <>
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2007 13:09:49 +1100
Hi all, Bill here

A few of us were at Gama in North Western Victoria on the weekend.  The
small block on the corner of the Sunraysia Highway and the Gama Sea Lake
Road is a good place (I understand) for black honeyeater.

However, we were unable to make any observations as we were under pretty
immediate threat by a large fire.  The fire is known as the Wathe
Reserve Road fire, and was situated on the Western (ie other) side of
the railway and highway, but was moving eastwards directly towards the

The CFA website has the status of the fire as large and still going -
does anyone know of the fate of this birding hotspot (and I use the term

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