re:Bustards, Grey Honeyeaters, and the land beyond Kunoth...

Subject: re:Bustards, Grey Honeyeaters, and the land beyond Kunoth...
From: Mark Carter <>
Date: Wed, 13 Oct 2010 05:53:02 +0100 (BST)
Hi Red Centre Fans,To follow from Chris's great suggestions I recommend looking 
for wild Stone Curlew along the riverside near the Park Service campsite near 
Palm Valley (Finke Gorge National Park). While you are there look out for the 
Chestnut-banded Rails which have recently moved in.Closer to Alice there is 
also a pair of wild Stone Curlew breeding this year in Alice Springs Desert 
Park's desert rivers habitat which have become quite habituated to humans and 
often allow great close views- ask the Desert Park Guide staff for advice on 
locating these lovely birds.
CheersMark Carter

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