|To:||"Alastair Smith" <>|
|Subject:||Bird Routes of regional NSW [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]|
|From:||"martin butterfield" <>|
|Date:||Mon, 7 Jan 2008 15:25:39 +1100|
The use of the phrase "small shock" was just my usual gift for understatement displaying itself.
WRT to your candidate spots, my only concern would be the distance involved, and the time required to cover them all in a day. I would add Coppins Crossing (for Finch Central and Robin Vale) to the list but for a basic list would exclude Warks Road as being too far away and Mulligans Flat as being to far away and not much reliably there that could not be acquired at Campbell Park and/or Newline.
So my route (the one used in the most recent "100 in a Day on a bike" effort) would be:
Start at NGA (to nail the Pied Cormorants on Aspen Island)
Jerrabombera wetlands (Tadorna hide)
North shore of LBG (Black Mountain Peninsula, Acacia Inlet etc)
Finish at NGA
On a bike this is about 70kms and would give at least 90+ species in a spring day.
On Jan 7, 2008 3:09 PM, Alastair Smith <> wrote:
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