plains wanderer deniliquin

To: "'Birding Aus'" <>
Subject: plains wanderer deniliquin
From: "Richard Nowotny" <>
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2010 23:08:40 +1100
Readers might find the following little tale of some interest/amusement (?).

I was with Phil Maher and Robert Nevinson (and 7 other birders) on one of
Phil's justifiably highly regarded "Plains Wanderer Weekends" last weekend
(a late addition to the group when a vacancy came up at short notice and I
was at a bit of a loose end). We were driving around in the Barmah Forest
when we came across a lone birder standing in the forest obviously looking
for birds. Phil stopped and said hello to him, whereupon he asked if he
(Phil) knew anything about where to find the Plains Wanderer! Phil suggested
that yes he might know a little about it, whereupon, after a short pause,
the lone birder, obviously searching his memory, asked with some surprise if
he might be that chap "Maher".

I feel pretty sure this was Bert's friend referred to in the email below.

Serendipity all round, eh.

Richard Nowotny



-----Original Message-----
 On Behalf Of Bert Harris
Sent: Friday, 5 November 2010 6:02 PM
Subject: plains wanderer deniliquin


Hi all,


I have a friend who is currently in Deniliquin hoping to look for plains

wanderer but he doesn't know where to go. Can anyone help by providing more

details (what road, etc)?


Thanks heaps!!



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