Visiting Californian birder

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Subject: Visiting Californian birder
From: Greg Anderson <>
Date: Mon, 7 May 2001 10:32:48 -0000
Hi all,

I received the message below from Tom Harrison in California.  He won't be 
in Brisbane so I can't help him out, but some of you may be able to. 
 Please reply directly to Tom.



Greg Anderson, PhD                              Tel:    +61-(0)7-3362-0177
Head, Iron Metabolism Laboratory                        Fax:    
Population and Clinical Sciences Division                       E-mail: 

Queensland Institute of Medical Research
P.O. Royal Brisbane Hospital,  Herston,  Queensland  4029,  Australia

My wife and I are planning a trip to Australia in late February of next 
We expect to spend a week at a time share in Forster (NSW), a day wine
tasting in Hunter Valley and 5 days at a friend's beach house outside of

I would love to get in a few days of birding on the trip. Any chance you're 
located near either of these spots? Or would you know someone knowledgeable 
about local birding with whom I might hook up?

I'd appreciate any help you might give. By the way, I'll be traveling for 
next couple weeks (sans computer), so I'll be offline until mid-May.


Tom Harrison
La Canada, Calif. USA

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