RFI Anglesea birding locations

Subject: RFI Anglesea birding locations
Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 13:28:14 +1000

G'day all

My family and I are off to Anglesea (south west of Geelong, Victoria) for a
week's holiday from the 20th January.

I've found some information in the birding-aus archives but would appreciate
more detailed information on some of the good birding spots within an hour's
drive.  This would allow me to visit places like Angahook forest, Lake Conewarre
and the lakes around Winchelsea.  To my shame I don't know any of these places
so any advice would be most welcome.  If any of you live down that way or are on
holidays in the area how about we get together for a few hours birding?  I'd
love to see the mythical Spotless Crake and Lewin's Rail.  Waders in gereral,
Cape Barren Geese, Heathwrens, Beautiful Firetails, Satin Bowerbirds, Rufous
Bristlebirds etc. would also be much appreciated.



Steve Clark
45 Carmichael Street, Hamilton, Victoria, 3300

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