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Subject: Bowra
From: "Alana Dare" <>
Date: Mon, 27 Oct 2008 21:05:19 +1030
Hi Ross,

We were at Bowra last week and it's teeming with birds. As Julie says, 
thousands of Budgies which come swooshing in to roost each evening by the lake, 
plenty of Cockatiels, and of course Hall's Babblers. We also saw Painted and 
Black HEs and had wonderful close views of Bourke's Parrots sitting quietly in 
the Gidgee Trees. There were Brolgas on the river. Ian will point you in the 
right direction. Ask him about the discovery of the Babbler. It's fascinating.  
We saw 99 spp on the property in two days. It's a wonderful place with diverse 
habitats and they've had good rains.


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