Are these the top 10 birdwatching sites aroundMelbourne?

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Subject: Are these the top 10 birdwatching sites aroundMelbourne?
From: "michael norris" <>
Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2009 15:22:41 +1100
It was a good idea of Laurie's to post this for the archives and RFIs.
Congrats to Dean on getting it published in The Age.

I note that only the Botanic Gardens and Royal Park are central.

The ?best two other central sites are the pier at St Kilda for some seabirds
and the Little Penguins after sunset. And Albert Park Lake has a good
variety of water birds - better than either of the two listed central sites.

Michael Norris
37-59 S 145- 0 E

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