Mallee Safari ~ Part 3

To: <>, "Keith Stockwell" <>
Subject: Mallee Safari ~ Part 3
From: "Peter Waanders" <>
Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 13:34:30 +0930
Hi Keith
Looks like you had a great trip, with good birds! The mallee has been very
productive this autumn. I'm surprised to see no mention of Black-eared Miner
at Gluepot. Since late March there have been quite a few small to medium
sized flocks particularly in the central-northern parts of the reserve. You
do mention a Yellow-throated Miner; while in fact, they are quite rare, and
the chance of coming across a hybrid or BEM is much higher than a pure YTM.
To birding-aussers intending to visit Eremophila Park, even though Keith has
given GPS coordinates, entry is by permission only (and Stella is only to
happy to grant it, you will find her house along the road - it's the only


Peter Waanders
Waikerie, South Australia

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