Anyone birded the Grampians before?

To: "Donald G. Kimball" <>
Subject: Anyone birded the Grampians before?
From: David Clark <>
Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2014 18:42:56 +1000

Little Corellas are very common, Eastern and Crimson Rosellas abound and I
recall seeing a tree full of Musk Lorikeets some years back.

I think one of the best things about the Grampians, or Gariwerd, is the
environmental diversity with the sandstone ranges and valleys with
watercourses, wetlands and reservoirs.  That provides an opportunity to
observe many bird species in a fairly limited area.

Spring in Gariwerd is wildflower time and it is often difficult to get
accommodation.  Book early to avoid disappointment!



On Tue, Jul 8, 2014 at 5:32 PM, Donald G. Kimball <>

> Hi folks:
> I am strongly considering traveling out of Adelaide to the Grampians to go
> filming birds this September.  Can anyone advise if this is a good
> location?  It seems to have some spectacular scenery but more to the point
> I was hoping to film more parrots here.  Gang-gangs would be great!
> Thanks so much for all your great help
> (where would I be without this site!)
> Don Kimball
> PolytelisMedia
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