Re: RFI:Pajinka opinions

To: Scott Chandry <>
Subject: Re: RFI:Pajinka opinions
From: Alexandra Appleman <>
Date: Sun, 3 Aug 1997 10:36:57 +1000 (EST)
Hi Scott, it's Alex Appleman here; there are a few changes up here: first
the Daintree: Chris Dalberg and Denise have sold Red Mill House (the B&B
side of the business) and are moving to Wonga Beach.  The good news is
they've sold it to another birder, so you can still stay there B&B  AND
Chris has kept the boat so you if you go on his specialised birding cruise 
you'll get the
Great Billed Heron etc etc

2nd I think Geoff and Sandra still own Kingfisher Park but now have a
birder managing the place for them.  So the buff breasted paradise
kingfisher will be waiting, along with a host of other goodies.

In Cairns Andy Anderson will probably put you on to the golden bowerbird.  

In Townsville (know you won't get this far south) but the rufous owls are
raising a chick again.

Have a good trip

On Tue, 29
Jul 1997, Scott Chandry wrote:

> Greetings 
> I have been thinking about spending Christmas at Pajinka Lodge in Cape York.  
> If anyone has been up there I would love to hear their opinions or insights 
> on the place, especially relating to the quality of the birding and wildlife 
> watching.  Any opinions would be most appreciated.
> After Cape York I was planning to spend some time birding around Cairns 
> especially Julattan and Mt. Lewis.  Does anyone know if the caravan park in 
> Julattan is still run by birders or has it changed hands?
> Thanks for your help.
> Scott
> P. Scott Chandry
> or 

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