outback birds

Subject: outback birds
From: Peter Waanders <>
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 09:19:27 +1030
Hi all
Have just returned from a Corner Country (SA/NSW/Qld) outback trip
only to find my email has been hacked into somehow! Apologies for the
messages that have gone out to various, seemingly random addresses.
They've also managed to delete all my archived emails so if anyone has
sent me a message and not received a reply, please re-send.
Anyway despite pretty poor conditions (40C, dust storms) we saw some
good birds, similar to what has been reported previously from that
area, including Gibberbird, Short-tailed / Thick-billed / Eyrean /
Striated Grasswren but no more than a glimpse of a Grey Grasswren in a
full-on dust-storm.

Peter Waanders
Southern Birding Services
PO Box 420
Waikerie, South Australia
mob.: 0438 882675
sat.: 0424 212889

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