Bird twitch mark 2
robert burgoyne <>
Sat, 14 May 2011 20:13:11 +1030
Thanks Greg - a big help as I'm heading for the Mallee Emu Wren and
Short-tailed Grasswren sites (both would be lifers) as I head up to the Alice
Currently at Corowa after catching up with 4 Painted Snipe at the Coreen site
earlier today - they were flushed from the grass between the road and the swamp
which is only a few hundred metres south of the Coreen township sign on the
southern side of town. This is a particularly great find for me as I missed it
at the BA 100th in Adelaide when it was seen at Pt Noarlunga on a field trip
and I left the Alice the same day as it was seen at the Ponds there! I thought
I was doomed never to see one. Added to the SIPO in Brisbane, it has been a
great trip so far.
Heading for Chiltern tomorrow and hopefully another lifer - Regent Honeyeater.
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> Date: Fri, 13 May 2011 12:14:50 +1000
> From: "Greg Roberts" <>
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> I'm not long back from a 2000 drive through South Australia and north-west
> Victoria where I got my three target birds - Chesnut-breasted Whiteface,
> Short-tailed Grasswren and Mallee Emu-wren - on three consecutive days.
> Thanks Jeff Davies for info on the emu-wren site. For further information
> see http://aussiebirding.wildiaries.com/trips/10587 and
> I hate to admit it but I also went out of my way to see Barbary Dove in
> Greg Roberts
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