Terricks road conditons

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Subject: Terricks road conditons
From: "simon starr" <>
Date: Wed, 7 Oct 2009 23:27:15 +1100
Hi Luke,
The tracks in the Terricks forest are fine at the moment ( and usually ), we've 
had bits of rain but nothing torrential.  It is rare that you'd run into 
trouble there if you stay on major tracks as it is a well drained granite/sandy 
soil.  Some of the dirt roads in the surrounding area however can be a 
different proposition, however at the time of writing even they would be fine.
I spent last weekend in the Terrick NP for a Friends weekend.   There are good 
numbers of Trillers, Rufous and Brown Songlarks and Cockatiels in the area at 
the moment, aswell as the usual Robins and Whistlers.  Diamond Firetails are 
harder to come by than a few years ago, the drought seems top have knocked 
their numbers.
Still wild flowers to be seen and Spotted Harriers in the croplands around the 

Simon Starr.

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