Greetings from Campbelltown NSW

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Greetings from Campbelltown NSW

Hi I am newbee, became interested in birds whilst I was home bound for 3 weeks after cracking a rib with nothing to do but sit around & there are only so many DVDs you can watch. I am surprised how addictive it is.

I look forward to using the site for IDing birds & chekcing out the forums.

This new found passion has taken me to Lord Howe Island.  Photo of a Sooty Tern below.



Araminta's picture

Hi Donna, hope you stick around for a bit, even after your rib has healed. Welcome from one addicted to birds person to the next wink  Nice photo, keep them coming.


Woko's picture

Addictive is the word, Donna. Lots of people make lots of observations, ask lots of questions & give lots of answers here so I hope you'll free to contribute vigorously.

Lovely photo, too! Did you see any woodhens while you were on Lord Howe Island?

donnanags's picture

Hi Woko, yes we were very lucky to be sitting down by one of the beaches having lunch when 2 wood hens just wandered around, they were not worried about us being there, I managed to get some photos. It was an amazing feeling.

Woko's picture

Nice ones, Donna. It's great to see a creature which has been brought back from the brink of extinction. (Sort of what Ms Woko says to me in the mornings.)

pacman's picture

good pics of a bird that 'we' almost lost


lisa.pellegrino's picture

What common native birds are in the Cambelltown region?

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