Terrick Terrick grasslands

Subject: Terrick Terrick grasslands
Date: Wed, 23 May 2001 09:48:52 +1100

G'day all,

Spent a couple of hours spotlighting the Terrick Terrick grasslands (near
Mitiamo, northern Victoria) last night with other NRE, Parks Victoria and
Greening Australia staff.  After a wonderful BBQ, we were able to find our first
Plains Wanderer, an adult female, within 5 minutes.  We spotted an adult male
shortly afterwards, then two immature males.  Also saw numerous Stubble Quail,
Singing Bushlark and Richard's Pipit (by the way, who is Richard?).  Only one
juvenile Fat-tailed Dunnart (very cute) and just the one pair of Banded Lapwing.
A great night.

Chris Tzaros

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