RFI Adelaide

To: Gordon and Pam Cain <>
Subject: RFI Adelaide
From: Alan McBride <>
Date: Thu, 02 Sep 2010 09:10:24 +1000

Peter Waanders has an excellent South Australian site that offers sites, tips, 
tricks and even tours;-)

This should get you through South Australia.



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On 02/09/2010, at 07:38 , Gordon and Pam Cain wrote:

Hi all,

Heading to Adelaide before long. Will be staying in Dulwich, next to the park.

Will have a car, but be limited in time and ability to get around for birding, 
as others obligations and people will have priority. However, should be able to 
squeeze out the odd moments here and there.

However, I've been told by my non-birder host that:

      there is a water reserve on Cross Road, not far from here (10 mins) which 
has water birds. There'll be the usual seabirds on         the coast, and at 
Morialta Falls (15 mins) maybe local wrens and others.

Are these good spots?

Any other advice (or websites) on:

1. Accessible and pleasant locations (including Barossa, S Coast, and city) for 
non-birders as well? -- they do love natural beauty and nature walks,


2. What species in general to look out for that I wouldn't be used to seeing in 
Sydney, where I live?

Off-line enquiries are fine, and I can edit and post for the archives.

Thanks in advance
Gordon Cain


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