|Subject:||Re: Kooyoora State park (park bird lists, Victoria)|
|Date:||Tue, 15 Mar 2005 08:57:07 +1100|
For the information of list members.
Some of the Victorian National and State Parks have fauna lists which are often locally generated by Parks Victoria staff or local naturalist groups (eg. BOCA etc). Any lists tend to be only available on site rather than on-line. To find whether a park has any list of birds etc ring the Parks Victoria (PV) call centre on 13 1963 for assistance. Sometimes the local PV ranger can provide a fauna or bird list.
The PV web site has additional resources on fauna as well. Try: http://www.parkweb.vic.gov.au/
Check the Kooyoora State Park Plan and the Kooyoora SP Visitor Guide links at the end of each park web document. Park plans and 'visitor guides' can be found on the above site and the plans make mention of the threatened flora and fauna but do not provide full species lists of any park.
Note that often only the larger parks have any sort of list. I make a point of saying to PV people how useful such lists can be to birdos and other visitors and encourage them to be compiled for the PV web site.
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