"Susie Anderson" <>,
Paul Foxworthy <>
Mon, 16 Oct 2000 13:10:01 +1000
At 12:32 16/10/2000 -0500, Susie Anderson wrote:
I am presently completing a uni assignment on White-winged Choughs. I was
hoping to study a group down here for a couple of hours one morning. Does
anyone know of a regular spot for them preferably not too far from
Melbourne? I have tried around Kinglake but couldn't find any.
They were in the Brisbane Ranges National Park (southwest of Melbourne,
roughly in the middle of a Melbourne-Geelong-Ballarat triangle) near the
camping grounds when we were there a few years ago.
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