Top end birding in 'the wet'?

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Subject: Top end birding in 'the wet'?
From: John Tongue <>
Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2011 20:26:40 +1100
Hi All,
We (my family and I) are considering a birding trip to NT (and Wyndham, etc.)) 
in late Dec/early Jan.  Would it be possible to 'get around' sufficiently to 
find such top end specialties as :
Great-billed Heron, Rainbow Pitta, Chestnut Rail, Purple-crowned Emu-wren, 
Gouldian Finch (among others) at that time of year?

Thanks for the advice (and I may then need further specific instructions!!).

John Tongue
Ulverstone, Tas.


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