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Darwin, Australia Trip-report 2010 (1 Viewer)

chowchilla

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Great stuff Tom!

I've only been through Darwin on an overnight stop over and yet still managed several lifers before I caught my flight to Broome. This trip report has inspired me to go back and try and get the other specialities of the area.
 

MKinHK

Mike Kilburn
Hong Kong
Nice report Tom

I guided for Arthur & Sheryl in HK a few years ago - they're a wonderful couple!

Cheers

Mike
 

Larry Sweetland

Formerly 'Larry Wheatland'
Nice one Tom, especially well done on Northern Shrike-Tit! I tried around km8 on our trip last year, and also noticed the area looked recently burnt. Should have gone a couple of k further on then :-C. Nice to know there are still some out there.
 

Vectis Birder

Itchy feet
Great stuff Tom!

I've only been through Darwin on an overnight stop over and yet still managed several lifers before I caught my flight to Broome. This trip report has inspired me to go back and try and get the other specialities of the area.

I went to Darwin in 1997 but didn't stay long. I am planning on a return trip one day (I'm hoping to visit Australia again in 2012).

Lovely account, Tom.
 
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