To: "BA email" <>
Subject: help
From: "keith" <>
Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2007 14:08:26 +1000
Dear Friends,

I have just got back from 10 days up on the Murray at Mildura to do some bird 
photography, and had some great luck.

The highlight being a photo of what seems to be the Vagrant Isabelline Wheatear 
taken at Kings Billabong just outside Mildura, this as to be confirmed and is 
being looked at by members of PENBOC.

I also got other good shots of the Major Mitchell's Cockatoo, White-Winged 
Fairy-Wren, Mulga Parrot, Splendid FairyWren, Inland, Thornbill,

Apostlebird, Australian ringneck, Yellow-Throated Miner, Yellow (Little) 
Thornbill, Yellow-Plumed Honeyeater, Weebill and sightings of many more, 
including a very good photo of a Mistletoebird.

The weather up there was very sunny in the daytime but down to -3 overnight on 
a couple of days and zero most others. I have included the photo of the Vagrant 
and would welcome your opinions and advice.

Thank you

Keith H

Frankston Victoria

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