Gregswildife ramblings

To: Greg and Val Clancy <>
Subject: Gregswildife ramblings
From: Tone <>
Date: Sat, 18 Jun 2016 04:34:27 +0000
Hi Greg
Thanks for your Bingara trip report. I have been visiting Bingara twice 
annually now for the last fifteen years doing Atlas surveys for BA. One of my 
favourite spots was the northern river bank extending under the main bridge 
extending in both directions. I had a 2 hectare site pegged out at the 
western-most end of the walking track there and would spend the whole day 
birding up and down the river. Fantastic birding : heaps of water birds, 
honeyeaters, raptors, finches etc etc. Very peaceful and not many people. 
Alas,all good things come to an end it seems. Unfortunately the local council 
has allowed camping on the river bank there for the last couple of years and 
now one can only access the river by squeezing between Winnebagos. Oh well it 
was good while it lasted!
Tony Gibson

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> On 18 Jun 2016, at 13:13, Greg and Val Clancy <> wrote:
> I have just published a post on my blog about our trip to Bingara to attend 
> the Myall Creek Massacre Memorial and some of the wildlife that we saw. I 
> also recently published a post on the positive effect the recent east coast 
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