channel billed cuckoo alice springs

Subject: channel billed cuckoo alice springs
From: "Amanda Markham" <>
Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 09:36:55 +0930

Hi Tom,

I've just emailed you with some info, rather than clog up the Birding-Aus list.

For anyone else who's planning to come to Alice Springs, I usually can put people in touch with people who know where the latest Grey Falcon/Spinifexbird/Emu-Wren sightings etc are, along with general 'good spots' for birding in NT National Parks (this does not include Ayers Rock, because it's managed by the Commonwealth Government agency, Parks Australia).

I should tell people that there are some really great, lesser known places to see birds in parks and other areas around Alice Springs -provided you know who to ask and have some time to spare. A 4WD and hiking boots are also good things to have as well!


Amanda Markham
Parks & Wildlife Service
Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts
PO Box 1120
Alice Springs NT 0871
ph. 08 8951 8207
fax 08 8951 8290

From: "Tom and Mandy Wilson" <>
To: "Amanda Markham" <>
Subject: Re: [Birding-Aus] channel billed cuckoo alice springs
Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2007 21:20:15 +1100

Hi Amanda
interesting note - I am visiting Alice/Ayers Rock in July, so a bit early
for a general RFI to birding-aus, but what's about at the moment and are the
interesting birds (in your professional opinion!) likely to be around in 5
months time?
Tom Wilson


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