Birding tourism

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Subject: Birding tourism
From: Andrew Wall <>
Date: Thu, 02 May 2013 16:07:43 +1000
Hi birders

I agree with all the comments regarding telling country people about our 
birding activities. 

I own and run (along with my lovely wife, Susan), a small motel in Goulburn 
NSW. I am always interested in why guests are in town, and am keen to give 
advice and suggestions about the best place to see things. I always enjoy 
discovering that people are here for bird watching, or bush walking, camping 
etc. I talk to the local visitor info centre, which has pamphlets on bird 
watching in the area, and try to enhance our guests visits with some local 
insider knowledge.
I am keen to have more bird watchers stay with us, so if you are heading past 
Goulburn, drop in to the Parkhaven Motel, and I'll point you in the right 
direction to see NSW's only endemic bird - the rock warbler - which is close by 
on the Nerriga Road, or if you like I can give you directions to the sewage 

Happy birding 

Andrew Wall


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