RFI Margaret River - sp Red winged fairy wrens

Subject: RFI Margaret River - sp Red winged fairy wrens
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Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2007 23:46:19 +0900
thanks for the tips all - I now have a few places to look :)

On Fri Nov 23 15:53 , John Graff <>sent:

The Birds WA website ( ) has a section containing bird guides for many places around the state, including Margaret River. There is a guide with brief notes on various sites near Margaret River and another with a bird list for the area. Red-winged Fairy-wrens are fairly common in the Margaret River area. Most of my birding in that general area has been centred around Augusta and my notes are very average, so I'm not 100% sure on specific sites for them, but any area with a reasonable amount of bush is a good chance, particularly along streams. The first three sites mentioned in the Birds WA brochure (A. Rotary Park and the Old Settlement, B. Gracetown, Cowaramup Bay and C. Ellenbrook Homestead) look like a good chance for Red-wings.
Hopefully that's of use
John Graff

Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2007 16:05:12 +0900
Subject: RFI Margaret River - sp Red winged fairy wrens

Not been to MR since interested in birding again - any good places to go - especially to see Red-winged Fairy-wrens?

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