Pale White-Eye

To: Brian and Meg <>, "" <>
Subject: Pale White-Eye
From: Tim Dolby <>
Date: Sun, 22 May 2011 05:56:32 +0000
Hi Brian & Meg,

Pale White-eye is found in the southern Torres Strait Islands (just off the 
coast of mainland Australia), particularly Mt Adolphus Is (as Russell T 
suggests), as well as Little Woody Is (just west of Possession Is) and Little 
Tuesday Is (possibly the most reliable and uninhabited), accessible by water 
taxi from Horn Is (the trip takes about an hour).

Aside from Pale White-eye on Little Tuesday Is you might see Beach 
Stone-Curlew, Sanderling, Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove, Noisy Pitta, Mangrove Golden 
Whistler, Broad-billed Flycatcher, Spectacled Monarch, Dusky and Red-headed 

On the way to the island look for seabirds such as Great and Lesser 
Frigatebird, Brown Booby, Lesser Crested, Crested, Common, Black-naped, Sooty 
and Bridled Tern, and Common and Black Noddy.


Tim Dolby

 on behalf of Brian and Meg 

Sent: Sunday, May 22, 2011 11:04 AM
Subject: Pale White-Eye

Hi all. Very soon, we are off on our long trip which eventually will have us 
going up Cape York to the tip. I'm looking for reliable islands (& how to visit 
without own boat) to find Pale White-eye. Any suggestions will be gratefully 
Brian & Meg

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