If you park at the Calder Higway entrance to the Nowingi track you will be fine
with a 2WD. Then walk up the track listening/observing around the Spinifex
I got a part of 4-5 Mallee Emu-wrens there about a month ago (in a 2WD) around
about 200m up the track on the right hand side.
When I put a similar RFI out about 6 weeks ago there had been several other
sightings at that time too.
> Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2011 12:34:36 +1000
> Subject: [Birding-Aus] Mallee Emu-wren
> Hi All,
> Planning a possible trip through the Vic Mallee country, over to Gluepot in
> SA, and hoped to look for Mallee Emu-wren on the way. Is Nowingi Track the
> best place to try, or would somewhere else be more profitable? Would I need a
> "decent" 4WD for Nowingi, or would a 'light-weight' one do? Are there good
> places to try that don't need 4WD (cheaper to bring a smaller car on the
> Thanks for any advice,
> John Tongue
> Ulverstone, Tas.
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