Atherton Tablelands

Subject: Atherton Tablelands
From: (Trevor Woodcroft)
Date: Tue, 1 Sep 1998 13:10:05 +0100
     We are a group of eight English birders visiting Australia this 
     Our itinery takes us to Victoria,New South Wales & Queensland.
     Because we don't have time to take in the Northern Territory 
     (more's the pity - only so many weeks off work!) , there are a 
     number of species,where our only chance to see them is in the 
     Cairns/Atherton Tablelands area.
     We have a wealth of information on these areas, but could do with a 
     little more on NT specialities, which occur only in small numbers 
     in Queensland.
     These would be for example:-
                    Great Bowerbird
                    Red-tailed Black Cockatoo
                    Bar-breasted Honeyeater
                    Various Finches 
                    Rajah Shelduck & other waterbirds.
                    + any others NT specialities you can think of!
                  Can you help us out, please?
                  Many Thanks
     P.S. Updates on current best sites for Papuan Frogmouth & 
     Buff-breasted Paradise Kingfisher would also come in handy!

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