Chiltern and Capertee in May?

To: Birding-Aus Aus <>
Subject: Chiltern and Capertee in May?
From: John Tongue <>
Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2008 08:00:03 +1000
Hi Birding-aus-ers,
I hope there are people who may be able to help me with some info. My family and I are planning a possible trip north (from beautiful Tassie) in May, and were hoping to visit Chiltern and Capertee on the way. Is this a decent time of year to do so? What would we be likely to pick up then? I'd specially like to see Regent and Painted Honeyeaters, but any of the other specialites of the area would be good, if it's not an unrealistic time of the year.

Thanks for any advice in anticipation.

Your in birds,
John Tongue
Ulverstone, Tas.

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