RFI: Birding around Hobart

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Subject: RFI: Birding around Hobart
From: Ashwin Rudder <>
Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2011 18:34:12 +1100
Hi all,

I will be in Hobart in the first week of December, and am hoping to chase
down a number of species, both endemic and others. I am especially hoping
to see Scrubtit, Pink Robin, Olive Whistler, Satin Flycatcher (is Mt
Wellington, specifically Fern Tree, the best spot for these four?); Brush
Bronzewing, Blue-winged Parrot (Meehan Range?); and also (especially)
Forty-spotted Pardalote and Swift Parrot. Finally, where near Hobart is the
best spot for waders, and is there anywhere good for either Little or Fairy
Tern; and is there a good spot to see Short-tailed Shearwaters?

One important note: I cannot get out to Bruny Island, so please do not
recommend it to me!

Thanks in advance
Ashwin Rudder

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