Favourite Sewage Farms

To: "Simon Blanchflower" <>
Subject: Favourite Sewage Farms
From: "Dave Torr" <>
Date: Tue, 2 May 2006 16:43:18 +1000
The access thing is a big issue as I hinted in my last post - one that
Werribee seems to have solved in a reasonable way. Now either they are being
very generous or the other places are being overly cautious - anyone
(preferably with a legal/insurance background) care to comment on which it
is? One would like to think that we could pursuade other plants to adopt the
Werribee model, but there is always the risk that would backfire!

On 5/2/06, Simon Blanchflower <> wrote:

Hi Sean and birders, my "local" is McGraths Hill near Windsor NSW, however
unfortunately its "out of bounds" at present due to council concerns over
public liability (or something). I reckon its one of the best places to
Crakes (for its size), for example in one early morning I counted 27
Baillons Crakes a couple of years ago! Spotted and Spotless are also
reasonabley easy to see here. Must admit though its hard to beat Werribee!

Keith or anyone else who's familliar with the you know
there are any updates on access to McGraths Hill, (I'm sure I saw a birder
there the other day from the road)?


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