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Subject: France
From: "michael hunter" <>
Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2003 18:02:20 +1000
Many thanks indeed for the many replies to my RFI  re Southern France.

                       The consensus is overwhelmingly in favour of the

                      Collins Bird Guide, as the top field guide, with
                      A Birdwatching Guide to France South of the Loire by
J. Crosier, publ. Arlequin Press, and
                      Finding Birds in Southern France by David Gosney,
publ.Gostours and avaiable from RSPB also recommended.

                       The major site is the Carmargue;  La Crau and Petites
Alpilles are also near Arles. The Causse Mejean/Gorges du Tarn, N of
Montpelier, worth a visit as well.
                       The Pyrenees for vultures.

               a helpful site.


Michael Hunter
Mulgoa Valley
50km west of Sydney Harbour Bridge

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