Gama (near Hopetoun in Victoria)

To: <>, "Bill Stent" <>, <>
Subject: Gama (near Hopetoun in Victoria)
From: "Tim Dolby" <>
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2007 17:03:04 +1100
Hi all,

Chris Sanderson has just rung me to say that the area around Gama has just had 
over 3 inches of rain, and that the nearby 4000 ha Lascelles - Wathe FFR fire 
is under control. At Gama he saw up to 3 Black Honeyeater (including one male) 
and 15 White-fronted Honeyeater near the corner of Gama Sea Lake Rd & Sunraysia 

I've also noticed (via the excellent DSE Fire Emergency site mentioned by 
Martin below) that the 15000 ha Little Desert-Salt Lake Track fire is under 


Tim Dolby

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Sent: Tue 20/11/2007 13:53
To: Bill Stent
Subject: Gama (near Hopetoun in Victoria)
Bill, some information for you on the Wathe fire situation.

The fire at Lascelles - Wathe area of public land has burnt 4 000 hectares 
including 160 ha of private land.  I understand that much of the Wathe 
Flora and Fauna Reserve has been burnt.

Updates and further details on the fire situation at this location can be 
found on the following Department of Sustainability & Environment web 

cheers, Martin

Martin O'Brien
Wildlife Biologist - Threatened Species & Communities Section
Department of Sustainability and Environment
2/8 Nicholson St. (PO Box 500),
East Melbourne  3002


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