Spotless Crake & RFI Indian birds and mammals

Subject: Spotless Crake & RFI Indian birds and mammals
From: Mark Carter <>
Date: Tue, 7 Dec 2010 23:28:06 +0000 (GMT)
Hi Birders,
I had two Spotless Crake calling and strutting around at Ilparpa Swamp 
(nr.Alice Springs) from the roadside on Sunday at dusk. Location is on 
Wildiaries If anyone is headed that way keep an eye out 
for them and let me know how you get on.
I'm headed over to India in January so I'm wondering if anyone on this list as 
any up to date recommendations they'd like to share on the following topics:
Birding and recommended birding guides around Goa & Rajasthan.Sites to find 
Sloth Bear.Sites to find Tiger (ideally not a cheesy 'canned-sighting' trip- 
I'd prefer to hunt all day for it!).Sites to find River Dolphin.Sites to find 
Rhino.Birder-friendly accommodation.
As I'll be travelling with a non-birder, tips for destinations with other 
attractions will be especially welcome! 
Mark Carter
DesertLife: Bird Guiding, Wildlife Surveys & Consultancy in Australia's Red 
Centre T ++61 (0) 447358045

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