W. A. Birding Hot Spot

To: "russ lamb" <>
Subject: W. A. Birding Hot Spot
From: "Dave Torr" <>
Date: Fri, 6 Apr 2007 13:51:27 +1000
I was there with a friend a couple of weeks ago for one nightonly - had the
Scrub-bird very close to the office the evening we arrived. Next morning we
saw several Scrub-birds and easily found a Bristlebird - and then we had the
great fortune to flush a Whipbird about 30 mins walk away. Also Brown Quail
and several Emu-wrens - Rock Parrots had been reported but we couldn't find

Thoroughly recommended! The owner maintains a logbook for birders to mark
recent sightings in.

On 06/04/07, russ lamb <> wrote:

         That's an impressive list in a very short period of time! It took
me two separate visits and 11 hours spread over 3 days on the second visit
to get to see the Noisy Scrub-bird (I got it at 5.30am on the third day
20m from the caravan park office, then went back to bed feeling rather
          In addition to your list I also saw Southern Emu-wren and Brown
Quail close-by the park.

Russ Lamb, Maleny, SEQ

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