Date: Thu, 9 Oct 2003 13:50:32 +0930

To: Steve Maslin <>
Subject: Date: Thu, 9 Oct 2003 13:50:32 +0930
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2003 18:04:05 +1000
I found out about Brookfield conservation park from Peter
Waanders' web pages - many thanks to him.  The first mallee
area I had been to with odd whistlers, whiteface, red
kangaroos, lots of yellow-plumed HEs (+ spiny cheeked,
singing, striped..),quail thrush, babblers..., southern
hairy-nosed wombat...

Peter also has other suggestions for the Blanchtown area and
lists of Mallee birds:

You could have found this from Klaus Uhlenhut's Birdwatching
Australia site:

A great thing about Brookfield, in my experience, is that
the police send a helicopter for you if you get lost. 

Best of luck

Michael NOrris

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