|Subject:||Re: Chiltern Info - Regent Sites?|
|Date:||Wed, 31 Aug 2005 15:26:41 +1000|
I'm heading up to Chiltern NP on Friday and am after a bit of information on the area, especially regarding current Regent Honeyeater sites (flowering mugga ironbarks areas?).
I'd like to hear of any current sites (or best sites to check) for Regent Honeyeaters, Swift Parrots, and Speckled Warblers.
If anyone has the GPS details and directions for these and also to the following area's it would be appreciated:
Is there any .wav files of the Regent Honeyeater calls on the web?
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