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Peninsula Bird Observers Club

The group meet twice monthly on the second Wednesday and third Sunday (except in January).

They monitor birds on the Mornington Peninsula.

For information from Parks Victoria, contact Ranger Allan Kidd on (03) 5986 9100.

Contact details

Address: PO Box 2262, Rosebud Plaza 3939
Contact: Max Burrows
Phone: (03) 9789 0224
Email: maxwell.burrows@bigpond.com

 

 

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