Cranebrook bird survey

Subject: Cranebrook bird survey
Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2008 04:16:57 +0000
Hi everyone

I would like interested parties to contact me to conduct a survey of the
old Air Services Site at Cranebrook, which is under the protective hand of
Penrith Council at present, but still there is a risk of development if his
majesty Sartor wants to overrule the council?s decision. (I am not exactly
sure how the system works)

Anyway, I contacted Geoff Brown of the ?Save the ADI site? fame and offered
to get some bird enthusiast involved to help promote this piece of Cumberland
Plain woodland. They are trying to promote
this to be declared a regional park.

Not knowing about surveys, I would think of a group of folks splitting into
say twos or threes and taking a designated area (TBA) and use a local checklist
of birds and record the info and whatever else is pertinent. I am also drumming
up interest via our nature photography forums
so enthusiastic nature photographers like me and others may/will be available
as well to capture the beauty and provide the avian images to help the campaign.

Please drop me a line via e-mail if you want to get into it. I have a few
interested persons already. Now there surely are Speckled Warblers here,
as they are also at CNR up the road. :) 

Best regards



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