Latest video - northern Quoll and Black-throated Finches

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Subject: Latest video - northern Quoll and Black-throated Finches
From: Simon Mustoe <>
Date: Sat, 10 Jul 2010 06:50:35 +0000

Due to lack of internet connection, we've been slow to upload for a day or two. 
We've also been busy out and about. The latest (as promised) is from Mareeba 
Wetlands and features the bathroom quoll plus the regional endemic 
Black-throated Finches. We spent a great time at Jabiru Safari Lodge and went 
out with their guide "Chuck" (pronounced 'chook').

More to come ... day time feeding Tree Kangaroos, Sarus Cranes, Amethystine 
Pythons, Golden Bowebird (at the bower) and sunrise over the rainforest. The 
information I'm putting together here is just a teaser. I will be putting 
together 8-10 short edited pieces about the locations and the birds in the next 
couple of weeks. None of this would have been possible of course, without the 
dedication and knowledge of our Australian bird and wildlife guides. I can't 
tell you how much value they add to our birding community.


Simon Mustoe.

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