Top 5 Lists

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Subject: Top 5 Lists
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Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2007 17:18:30 +0900
Hi all

I've tried to send this message twice before, but it doesn't seem to have 
worked. Apologies if you're getting this for the third time

Feeling bored today so I decided to compile a couple of top 5 lists; Top 5 
birding areas in WA and top 5 birding sites near Perth. The lists I've come up 
with are shown below. I'd be interested to hear what others think of them 
and/or alternative lists (maybe for other states and cities). Also, with 
regards to the thread about how people got into birding; I've been birding 
since I was very young (ever since I can remember, in fact), but what really 
got me interested was reading through a picture book my parents gave me about 
Aussie birds and then realising that I could see some of these birds in real 
life near my house. My parents subsequently got me a copy of Slaters Field 
Guide and I I found out that there were loads more of these bird things out 
there to find, something I've been trying to do ever since.

            John Graff

TOP 5 Birding areas in WA
1. Broome
2. Albany
3. Kununurra
4. Shark Bay
5. Port Hedland

TOP 5 Birding sites near Perth
1. Lake McLarty
2. Vicinity of Brookton Highway, along Yarra, Collins & Pike Roads
3. Herdsman Lake
4. Peel Inlet
5. Lake Joondalup

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