RFI: Yorke Peninsula/Saltworks near Adelaide

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Subject: RFI: Yorke Peninsula/Saltworks near Adelaide
From: Chris Steeles <>
Date: Sat, 10 Oct 2009 12:01:06 +0930

Hi Peter,

I came across a Singing Bushlark on a dirt track just east of Kapunda near the 
Barossa valley a few weeks ago. Took a nice photo and posted it on Birdpedia 
S.A. site. Since then I have seen at least two more in the same general area, 
seem to be a few around at the moment. I nearly always find them sitting on 
fences around cereal crops.
You certainly wont have any trouble with the Grey Currawong at Innes, also I 
imagine if you walk the streets of Edithburgh the Aust. Magpie will probably 
find you at the moment!!! (remember to duck!)

Good luck!

Cheers Chris Steeles                                      
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