Re: RFI: Dubbo Area birding

Subject: Re: RFI: Dubbo Area birding
From: steve happ <>
Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2010 23:01:06 -0700 (PDT)
I got to Dubbo and stopped at the Talbragar River Reserve. It was in
the middle of the day which is not what I would call optimum but still
pretty good. There were a few Apostlebirds about, a pair of White-
browed Babblers, some Striped Honeyeaters and a few other birds.

See blog post here:

And thanks Maria about the advice on Warren. I will be stopping off
there. The runoff area from the treatment works on the other side of
the road is my favourite raptor photographing spot.


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