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Where to See Birds in Victoria

Wildlife Guide
Edited By: Tim Dolby, Penny Johns and Sally Symonds
192 pages, Col photos, maps
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
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About this book

Despite being Australia's smallest mainland state, Victoria's varied landscapes provide habitat for more than 500 bird species. It is without question one of Australia's best-kept birding secrets.

This guide features over 40 destinations throughout Victoria, including such classic birding spots as Wyperfeld, Hattah, Kulkyne, Little Desert, Chiltern, Mount Pilot, Terrick Terrick, the Grampians, Croajingolong, Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula, the Otway Ranges, Wilsons Promontory and Mount Buffalo, as well as many places in and around Melbourne and along the coast. It provides information on how to get to each destination, what facilities and accommodation to expect and precisely where to look for those special or rare birds.

The book also provides a comprehensive and up-to-date list of birds, with the degree of rarity and where to see it noted for each species.

Contents

FOREWORD
INTRODUCTION
THE VICTORIAN MALLEE
Hattah-Kulkyne National Park
Murray-Sunset National Park
Wyperfeld National Park
Goschen Bushland Reserve
GREATER WIMMERA
Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park
Little Desert National Park
Natimuk-Douglas Lakes
The Ballarat District
NORTH CENTRAL VICTORIA
Chiltern-Mount Pilot National Park
Warby Range State Park
Heathcote-Graytown National Park and Rushworth State Forest
The Kerang Lakes
Barmah State Forest
Terrick Terrick National Park
Greater Bendigo National Park
Kooyoora State Park
Mount Buffalo National Park
WESTERN VICTORIA
Portland and Far West Victoria
Ocean Birds and the Port Fairy Pelagic
The Hamilton District
Great Otway National Park
GREATER GEELONG
Geelong and Bellarine Peninsula
Western Treatment Plant (Werribee)
Mud Islands
You Yangs Regional Park
Brisban

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Wildlife Guide
Edited By: Tim Dolby, Penny Johns and Sally Symonds
192 pages, Col photos, maps
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
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