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From: "Michael J Hunter" <>
Date: Sat, 1 Mar 2003 22:12:20 +1100
Hi Michael,
                Two Peoples Bay is about an hour's drive east of Albany W.A.
and most famous as being the site of the rediscovery of the Noisy Scrub-bird
a few years ago. As well as Western Whipbird, also a good spot for Western
Bristlebird and other WA endemics like Red-eared Firetail, Red-winged
Fairywrens, Red-capped Parrots, White-breasted Robins, Western Spinebills,
Little Wattlebird.  Rock Parrots also there.
                A must for any serious birder, but do your homework, see
Frank O'Connors website via the Birds Australia site.

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