RFI: Yorke Peninsula/Saltworks near Adelaide

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Subject: RFI: Yorke Peninsula/Saltworks near Adelaide
From: Peter Waanders <>
Date: Sat, 10 Oct 2009 11:42:27 +1030
Hi PeterI saw Western Whipbird in Innes NP in May '08, about 3 km past the
point where the road that runs all the way through the NP becomes unsealed.
You will no doubt hear them singing along here around sunrise and sunset,
but seeing them is a different story.
Malleefowl wander around at Inneston.
Slenderbilled Thornbill (rosinae) is easy in the healthier samphire along
the road to Pt Gawler.
Good luck,

Peter Waanders

Southern Birding Services

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Waikerie, South Australia

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