NT birdlists

Subject: NT birdlists
From: "Niven McCrie" <>
Date: Fri, 3 Apr 1998 19:56:55 +0000
Dear Peregrines,
With our Dry Season coming up and lots of birders thinking about 
coming up, this may be helpful. My website has lists of birds for the 
NT, for the Darwin region and for Kakadu. The Darwin one is the most 
up-to-date, but the others aren't too far out (a few recent vagrants 
from Darwin need to be added to the NT list). Feel free to download 
the lists and use them to check off birds you see if you come up. I'd 
welcome anyone pointing out any errors or omissions, and would 
certainly welcome any substantiated additions.
An annotated list is in the pipeline to give an idea of abundance of 
the species but at the moment there's no indicated difference between 
the most common and rarest, just a simple list.
Whilst the birding is pretty good at the moment, be warned that it's 
stinking hot!! Hopefully it will cool down soon.

Happy birding

Niven McCrie
P.O. Box 41382
Casuarina 0811 NT
61 8 89451130

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