RFI: Photographing Tassie endemics.

To: "'John Tongue'" <>
Subject: RFI: Photographing Tassie endemics.
From: "Marlene Lyell" <>
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2008 07:29:02 +1000
Hi John,

     Thanks for info. I'll certainly have time to check out some of those
And, I'll make sure this time that I don't send excitement ripples through
Tassie with sightings of 40-spotted Pardalotes in new locations :-)
Thanks and all the best

-----Original Message-----
From: John Tongue  
Sent: Tuesday, 19 August 2008 11:04 PM
Subject: RFI: Photographing Tassie endemics.

Hi Marlene,
Not all that familiar with the East Coast, per se.  Around St. Helen's  
area should be pretty good.  Ian May would have some good ideas.  In  
the South East, the REd Gate Section of the Meehan Range Conservation  
area is good for honeyeaters.  Coming OUT of Hobart towards the  
airport, take the Cambridge turnoff, and turn left again straight away  
into Belbins Rd.  A couple of hundred metres along,park in the parking  
area, and walk into the park and up the gully. Should get Yellow  
Wattlebirds, Yellow Throated, and probably Strong-billed and Black- 
headed Honeyeaters, probably Green Rosellas, and possibly Black  
Currawong.  Native Hens are all over the place.  Dusky Robins are a  
bit harder to be certain, but open farming areas around Seven Mile  
Beach/Lauderdale are likely spots.  Tasmanian Thornbills, Scrubwrens  
and Scrubtits are probably most likely in fern gullies on Mt  
Wellington, or along Sandspit River Track in Weilangta State Forest,  
between Orford and Copping.



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