|Subject:||Broome Bird Observatory|
|From:||Jennifer Spry <>|
|Date:||Sat, 30 Aug 2003 16:11:52 +1000|
I know advertising is not allowed but this is in such a good cause I hope it is OK.
Joy Tansey sent this down from Broome. She also said that there is a Ruff on a lake called "Kidney Bean". I have not been to Broome yet so I don't know what that lake is like. I am going in late October though so I guess I will find out. I just hope I am not eaten by Mosquitos like I was in Kakadu last year.
So, Joy's message to everyone is:
Missed the Blue & White Flycatcher last year?
Don?t take a chance on missing rarities this year.
To help you take advantage of cheaper air fares, special off-peak accommodation deals are now available at Broome Bird Observatory.
From October 7 to Christmas, stay 3 nights and get the 4th one free.
Make your booking now by ringing BBO on (08) 9193 5600 or email
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