Best 100 Birdwatching Sites in Australia

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NewSouth Publishing, Oct 1, 2013 - Nature - 256 pages
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Where can you see 400,000 breeding pairs of rockhopper penguins? Where is the best place in Australia to observe Yellow Chats? And where is the only place in Australia you can have a close encounter with nesting Lesser Noddies? Well-known birder and author of How Many Birds Is That?Why Watch Birds? and John Gould’s Extinct and Endangered Birds of Australia, Sue Taylor will make you want to pack your binoculars and hit the road, as she takes you on a tour of her top 100 Australian birdwatching sites: from suburban parks to remote off-shore islands.

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Sue Taylor's book is amazing! My wife and I have become avid bird watchers and photographers, and Sue's book has been a wonderful help. In addition the lovely way she shares her personal experiences in each of these places adds to the enjoyment of the book. I thoroughly recommend it to anyone interested in Australian birds. 

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