RFI Alice Springs area

To: "Neil Broekhuizen" <>
Subject: RFI Alice Springs area
From: "gary wright" <>
Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2008 11:16:11 +0930

Yes, things are very dry-we haven't had any rain to speak of for over a year. Birds are still here. I don't have anything specific to add to previous postings re Alice. There would be many things in the archives and another useful site is alice springs field naturalists. Tim Dolby also put up a useful report which covered the sought after birds. I intend shortly to do a list of where I have seen species around Alice, but unfortunatley for your purposes this is not done yet! Just quickly the race of black chinned honeyeater I have seen at Ellery creek big hole, Ormiston pound and N'dahla gorge. If you don't know this bird it has a loud and distinctive call.

Good birding


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