Re: 26 Lifers!

Subject: Re: 26 Lifers!
From: Atriplex Services <>
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 1998 21:50:05 -0800
Dear All,
I'm quoting part of a message, sent to me today, for the information of other
birders in S.A.

> "We did stop off at Yookamurra Sanctuary on the way to Adelaide on your
> advice.  It was fantastic, you were right about the Bilbys, they are
> remarkable.  At Yookamurra we saw common parrots that were new to me like
> the Australian Ringneck and the Purple-crowned Lorikeet but we also saw two
> rare birds:  Southern Scrub-robin and Hooded Robin.  Good sightings indeed."

Regards, Anne

Anne & Roger A. Green, Atriplex Services, Morgan, Sth.Australia
Environmental Consultants & Native Plant Nursery.

when flushed, not the clicking sound described by
Stuart (which also agrees with sharp-tailed).  Redshanks also show trailing
white on the wings and conspicuous white rump.

Cheers,  Ian

Dr Ian Montgomery, Marine Ecology Laboratories, A11, University of
Sydney,NSW 2006.
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