No More Permits for Princess Parrots

Subject: No More Permits for Princess Parrots
From: Mark Carter <>
Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2010 03:34:35 +0000 (GMT)
Hi Birders,
Bad news- I was speaking to Sam Rando of the Central Land Council this morning 
in the hope of securing more permits for access to the Princess Parrot site 
this month. The answer is a firm "no". 

Mr Rando said should the birds return next season (ie. July-Dec 2011) the CLC 
will consider another permit issue then. While the bird's return is speculation 
at this stage I intend to run trips out there in the event they do turn up. 
Drop me line if you would like to be kept informed.
In any event, tomorrow's visitors to the site will be the last this year. I 
wish them all the best and strongly encourage them to post their sightings 
here, on and further afield. Let us know how you go!
Don't let the Princess Parrot access issue put you off coming out to the Red 
Centre this year- the country is booming and there are many great birds out 
there just waiting to be found.
Mark Carter
DesertLife: Bird Guiding in Australia's Red Centre T ++61 (0) 

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