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Old Wednesday 4th March 2009, 22:12   #26
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Having started this thread, I'd just like to thank all the photographers who have posted their pictures here. And Delia for uploading them!

I will be able to get back to helping in Opus myself, shortly. Have been involved in several winter bird counts over the last 2 months, and more recently in a fundraising event for the Houston Audubon Society, to aid the recovery of the birding hotspots along the Upper Texas Coast, devasted by Hurricane Ike last September.
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Ulva Island, New Zealand

Here's a photo that my wife took when we visited Ulva Island in January 2007
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Here's a photo that my wife took when we visited Ulva Island in January 2007
That's great.... thanks MariettaBirder

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Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge

Here's a shot of a flock of American White Pelicans I took along the Black Point Wildlife Drive at Merritt Island in March 2008. It is typical of the terrain there.
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Here's a shot of a flock of American White Pelicans I took along the Black Point Wildlife Drive at Merritt Island in March 2008. It is typical of the terrain there.
Thanks MariettaBirder... that's uploaded now too

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Outside Kruger National Park, South Africa

I don't have any photos from within the park itself, but these are from one of the adjacent private reserves and are typical of the area's appearance at the end of the dry season. This was late September 2007. I believe the bird in the second picture is a Tawny Eagle.

Hope this will work for you until you get a better one.
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Thanks MariettaBirder... that's uploaded now too

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Glad to help, when I get some more time I check some of the other locations I've been too.

I noticed that there are no entries for Botswana where we also went. Again, when I have more time I'll try to create some for them. There is some outstanding birding in the Okavango Delta
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I don't have any photos from within the park itself, but these are from one of the adjacent private reserves and are typical of the area's appearance at the end of the dry season. This was late September 2007. I believe the bird in the second picture is a Tawny Eagle.

Hope this will work for you until you get a better one.
Thanks very much.. both uploaded now

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Glad to help, when I get some more time I check some of the other locations I've been too.

I noticed that there are no entries for Botswana where we also went. Again, when I have more time I'll try to create some for them. There is some outstanding birding in the Okavango Delta
And thanks again... I thought there were some sites missing

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Teggs Nose reservoir (Macclesfield)/Tittesworth Staffs

Will these do the job?
First one is Teggs nose Macclesfield (not Bottoms in Macclesfiled)
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Will these do the job?
First one is Teggs nose Macclesfield (not Bottoms in Macclesfiled)
Hi BFB

I've added the second picture to the Tittesworth Reservoir article - is that right?

Now, the first one I need help with as it would appear to need a new article starting... would the correct title for that be

Tegg's Nose Reservoir?

I've found Tegg's Nose Country Park on Street Map and presume the reservoir is one of those shown at the bottom of the map?

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Hi Delia

The Tittesworth one is correct

The teggs nose is just below the country park and next to wards knob on the map, note the reservoir further below.... that is Bottoms reservoir and I have attached a photo of that as well now

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Hi Delia

The Tittesworth one is correct

The teggs nose is just below the country park and next to wards knob on the map, note the reservoir further below.... that is Bottoms reservoir and I have attached a photo of that as well now

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Thanks Dave

New article started

Tegg's Nose

with the pictuces uploaded.

Over to you now to fill in some details

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Helen, I apologise for the long delay in responding to this request, I somehow missed this thread until now. I have photographs of the environments in my area, but as this is a fairly large peninsula (the Fleurieu Peninsula) there are a number of different environments here.

We have the usual marine environment; also, there is the Murray river's estuarine environment; both saltwater and freshwater wetlands; various types of bushland; and of course, the interface between wilderness and the built environment. The variety of the environments here is reflected in the diversity of the bird life.

So it was very difficult to decide what sort of photos would best represent this area. I decided, therefore, to send you a few shots of different environments, and you can decide whether any of them are of use to you. I'll start with a few of the marine environment, including one of the scrub-covered dunes, which are home to a variety of birds.

EDIT: I forgot to tell you the locations. 1. Dunes at Goolwa Beach, facing the Southern Ocean. 2. Shallow water between Victor Harbor and Granite Island at low tide. 3. Petrel Cove, Victor Harbor. 4. Rocks at Encounter Bay, Victor Harbor. The Bluff, Victor Harbor.
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The estuarine environments: as well as the Murray River estuary, which includes the Coorong (saltwater) and extensive freshwater wetlands, there are the estuaries of two small rivers, the Hindmarsh and Inman Rivers. Unfortunately, the freshwater lakes and wetlands are currently in a very poor state. The reality of global warming with its consequent environmental change was brought home to us with a nasty shock when a river that used to be three kilometres wide suddenly dwindled to a gutter just a few metres across, leaving wide areas of bare sand. Nobody knows whether the water will return. In the hope that the current situation will be temporary, I have used photographs of the Murray estuary as it was. However, this is not the way it looks right now, and the massive bird poulations it previously supported have disappeared, for now, at least.

1. Sandhills at the mouth of the Murray River, South Australia. The actual opening is just to the right of the photo - this is the southern spit of a peninsula that extends for many miles down the coast, enclosing a strip of tidal wetlands, an internationally important bird habitat. The wild surf of the Southern Ocean can be seen beyond the sandbank, illustrating the difference between inside and outside the Murray Mouth. 2. Wet paperbark woodlands near the mouth of the Hindmarsh River at Victor Harbor. These woodlands are saline and tidal. 3. The Hindmarsh River, freshwater area. The paperbark woodlands can adapt to either fresh or salt water, and can be seen thickly overhanging the water. 4. The saltwater and tidal estuarine environment below the Barrages at Goolwa. The Barrages were built in the 1930s to hold back the tidal flow of salt water and keep the Lower Murray Lakes freshwater. 5. Freshwater estuarine environment above the Barrages at Hindmarsh Island - this is the area that has currently dried up.
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I don't know whether you'll be interested in the urban areas and structures that are host to may bird species. I've included a few here, just in case.

1. Road onto Hindmarsh Island, looking toward Goolwa. 2. Native street trees in Victor Harbor are host to many birds, especially Parrots and Honeyeaters. 3. Birds abound around the private jetties in waterside housing areas. 4. The sewage works at Goolwa host large numbers of many different species of waterbirds, and are included in the local birdwatching trail guides.
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The bush is inhabited by a different range of birds from those that inhabit the aquatic and marine environments. Here are some representative bush images.

1. The bush in Victor Harbor - this area has been designated as 'open space' by the local council, providing a large area within the town limits where relatively unspoiled bush can be enjoyed by walkers and birdwatchers. Needless to say, it hosts a thriving bird community, as well as an interface between the forested areas near the town and the native flowering trees in town, which provide food for thousands of birds. 2. More of Victor Harbor's 'open space' - here the Inman River flows through the forested area. 3. Untouched natural bush at the top of Mount Alma, Inman River area. 4. Large eucalypts provide habitat and food. This area is also within the town limits. 5. Native scrub on Mount Billy, in the Hindmarsh Valley area. This area has many flowering shrubs, and is home to thousands of birds, especially the smaller bush birds.
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Helen and Delia,

I hope I haven't overloaded you with too many photos in these four posts. It just wasn't possible though, to represent this area in just a couple of shots, because it's simply too diverse. Sorry.
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Thanks so much for these pictures, they look great.

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I hope I haven't overloaded you with too many photos in these four posts. It just wasn't possible though, to represent this area in just a couple of shots, because it's simply too diverse. Sorry.
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We thank you very much for all the photos. I'll have a look at our Australia section in Opus and see what we need to do. We may need to add some new articles, so I'll contact you for guidance if necessary.

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Hi Helen

Here's some more pics of Aussie parks good for birding - hope they're of some use

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Thank you, thank you, so much for the fantastic photos - they really will be a great addition to the Australian sections in Opus. It will take me a while to get them all uploaded, so check back in a couple of weeks or so, to see how the pages look.
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Hi Ads, they're great pictures thanks.

While you're in the mood... have you any for Sussex sites, or Uganda even?

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A couple from Pitsford Reservoir, Northants, Nature Reserve north of the causeway taken in November 2007

Canopy Lodge & Canopy Tower, Panama, April 2007

I have a number of pics from Tsavo East and West which may be of interest when these reserves are added to Opus.

I hope these are OK for now.
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