BA Snape Reserve Survey

Subject: BA Snape Reserve Survey
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Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2005 00:27:41 +1100
Hi birders, 

On a Birds Australia survey of Snape Reserve (a Trust for Nature 
property near the Little Desert, in the Wimmera in Western Victoria), a 
number of interesting birds were seen: these included Fork-tailed Swift 
[definitely the bird of the moment], Crested Bellbird, Painted 
Honeyeater and Slender-billed Thornbill.

Also interesting was the birds not recorded on the survey: such as 
Boobook Owl, Eastern Yellow and Scarlet Robin. The absence of Scarlet 
Robin is particularly interesting, with BA Atlas records indicating 
that this species distribution/records is decreasing. Please (in 
future) keep careful notes about SR. 



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