"'Bob Green'" <>, <>
RE: South East SA
"Steve Potter" <>
Wed, 17 Feb 2010 18:14:02 +1030
That's why we have the list. To find out how wrong we can be!! Local
Knowledge is essential.
Shinning Flycatcher should have been Satin as pointed out by Allan Lees. And
I don't know where I got Red-browed Tree-creeper from.
I'll contact you closer to the time.
Blackwood, South Australia
From: Bob Green
Sent: Wednesday, 17 February 2010 5:28 PM
Subject: South East SA
In regards to the posting you made, when are you planning on coming down?
The Red-tails move around so would need to let you know closer to time.
I think you may have put a couple on your list in error, the last two are
way, way out of range.
The Red-tails and Olive Whistler are a reasonable chance, the Azure
Kingfisher very hit and miss.
Let me know some dates and I'll help if I can.
Can put you on to other hotspots too depending on what you like to see.
I am planning a few days in the South East of South Oz (Pt Mac - Bordertown)
and wanted some info re spots around that area.
Red-tailed Black Cockatoo
I am trying to square a few off my SA list!!
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