Where to find birds in WA

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Subject: Where to find birds in WA
From: "David Clark" <>
Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2003 16:59:13 +1000
Hello all,
I am travelling to Western Australia via the Nullarbor during the Spring this year, visiting the South-west, and travelling north as far as the Pilbara region, and I would be very grateful if anyone could advise me of the best areas to find any of the birds listed below.
Many thanks,
Margaret Clark.
Long-billed Black Cockatoo
Short-billed Black Cockatoo
Red-capped Parrot
Regent Parrot
Rock Parrot
Elegant Parrot
Noisy Scrub-bird
Western Bristlebird
Western Yellow Robin
White-breasted Robin
Southern Scrub-robin
White-breasted Whistler
Western Whipbird
Nullarbor Quailthrush
Rufous-crowned Emu-wren
Southern Emu-wren
Blue-breasted Wren
Red-winged Wren
Thick-billed Grasswren
Striated Grasswren
Rufous Fieldwren
Dusky Gerygone
Slender-billed Thornbill
Slate-backed Thornbill
Rufous Treecreeper
Purple-gaped Honeyeater
Tawny-crowned Honeyeater
Western Spinebill
Red-eared Firetail
Western Bowerbird
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