Re: Blue Mountains sites?

Subject: Re: Blue Mountains sites?
From: Trevor Quested <>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 97 17:27:32 +1100 (EST)
Dear Rick,

What new birds would you like to see? The Blue Mountains have many of the
birds which occur along much of the Dividing Range except for the Rock
Warbler. You will see them along many tracks. 

Otherwise just walk the tracks which will take you from low heath down
through wet sclerophyl forest to rainforests. It is not the best time of the
year as not a lot is calling. What you will see is hundreds of Yellow Faced
honeyeaters with the odd White Naped Honeyeater flying north up the gullies.

Trevor Quested and Annie Young
Sydney Australia                        
Phone. +61 2 9955 6266                  
Fax. +61 2 9959 4005                            

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