Finch Trip report September 2015

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Subject: Finch Trip report September 2015
From: "calyptorhynchus ." <>
Date: Sun, 4 Oct 2015 00:23:44 +0000
Just a note re the White-breasted Whistler, saw it (pair actually) easily
(on foot and not particularity muddy) in 2004 at Crab Creek Mangroves a few
kms down the road from Broome Bird Observatory (also Broad-billed
Flycatcher, Dusky Gerygone).

John Leonard

On 4 October 2015 at 00:04, Daniel Hoops <> wrote:

> Hi Bernard (and everyone),
> That sounds like it was an awesome trip! Seems like you saw some things I
> missed when I was there a year ago, but I just wanted to mention that two
> birds that it sounds like you struggled with, white-breasted whistler and
> chestnut rail, were quite easy to see on a birding boat tour we took from
> Wyndham. We also saw several more otherwise-hard-to-see species including
> great-billed heron, and the ebird report is here:
> The company we
> used is here:
> [
> ]<>
> Birdwatching - Northbound Charters
> A recent half day research trip with a leading Western Australian
> ornithologist recorded a large number of rare bird species in the areas we
> travel.
> Read more...<>
> Dan
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