|To:||Birding Aus <>,|
|Subject:||Broome and the Kimberleys Website|
|Date:||Fri, 16 Sep 2005 13:00:25 +1000|
In July of this year, i spent 10 days in the Broome and Kimberleys area photographing and twitching some of the resident species.
I've just completed a trip report website that can be found at the following link:
The site features over 77 species of birds (plus some butterflies, dragonflies, wallabies etc) in 12 slideshows with commentaries.
The 12 areas covered include:
Broome Bird Observatory
For best results please view the site through Internet Explorer 6+, and have flash plugins installed.
If you have any troubles with the site, or find any mistakes, have comments etc, please email me.
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