Flinders Ranges, right now

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Subject: Flinders Ranges, right now
From: michael wood <>
Date: Thu, 8 Oct 2009 16:38:20 +0930
Hello All

Having just come back from the Flinders Ranges, in south Australia, I would 
just like to recommend anyone contemplating a visit to do so soon. The 
countryside is looking lovely at the moment, particularly in the southern 
Finders, around Wilpena and Stokes Hill. Not only that, the country around 
Carrieton and Craddock is "going off", with Orange Chats, Crimson and 
White-fronted Chats commonly seen.

Brown Songlarks and White-winged Trillers are common also, both always a good 
indicator of intersting birding. So, if you are thinking of going, and have the 
time, then it would be a trip worth taking. Also, there seemed to be a nice 
amount of Black-eared Cuckoo about, which are also another nice harbinger.


Michael W
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