birding-aus RFI:Dubbo

Subject: birding-aus RFI:Dubbo
From: (John Boyce)
Date: Mon, 15 Nov 1999 08:43:19 +1100
Hi everyone,
I will be in Dubbo for a couple of days for work early next week (driving
from Melboune to Dubbo and back in four days) and was wondering if there
are any good bird spots close to town.  I am especially interested in
Striped or Painted Honeyeater but any high diversity areas would be great.
I will only have an hour or so free in Dubbo so the closer to town the
better.   Unfortunately no time to go to Round Hill etc.
Best Wishes
John Boyce

John Boyce
Department of Microbiology
Monash University
Clayton Rd.,
Clayton, 3800.
WorkPh  03 9905 4838
HomePh  03 9376 6641
WorkFax 03 9905 4811

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