top 5 birding sites

Subject: top 5 birding sites
From: Cheryl Ridge <>
Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2007 17:25:56 -0800 (PST)

Thanks for posting this. Would anyone else from other
states care to post 'their' top 5 sites?

Thankyou in advance



Message: 8
Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2007 17:18:30 +0900
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Subject: Top 5 Lists
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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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