Thanks a lot for the info John! That sounds quite interesting then!
Yes, we will get the relevant permits in case we do go - a friend of ours works
I will approach you directly if things go ahead, so thank you for your offer!
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> On 1 Aug 2016, at 9:02 PM, John Harris <> wrote:
> Hi Falk,
> I spent a few weeks on Elcho Island in late 2004, early 2005 working for a
> school on the northern end of the island.
> I got some very good birds while there; Chestnut Rail, frigatebirds, waders
> etc. The habitats were tropical schlerophyll and vine scrub, from memory. I
> presume you have permits to be there, or are at least work there rather than
> just planning a visit.
> If you would like more info, contact me and i will try to dig up my lists.
> Yours in all things "GREEN"
> John Harris BASc, GDipEd
> Director and Principal Zoologist/Ecologist
> Wildlife Experiences P/L
> Wildlife Guide
> Nature Photographer
> 0409 090955
>> On 1 Aug 2016 2:30 AM, "Falk Wicker" <> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Has anyone on this list ever been to Elcho Island, NT and if so are there
>> any hotspots that deserve a visit? What are habitats like?
>> Couldn't find much info anywhere other than a report of an Eurasian Hoopoe
>> a little while ago.
>> Any info would be much appreciated.
>> Many thanks,
>> Falk Wicker
>> 14 Edward Street
>> Healesville 3777 Victoria
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