Walk in the Royal National Park

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Subject: Walk in the Royal National Park
From: Cilla Rose <>
Date: Mon, 28 Apr 97 08:44:00 PDT
Gerry and Lucy Richards and I took a walk along the Forest Track yesterday 
and were delighted by several spectacular displays by lyrebirds, the early 
part of the track off Lady Carrington Drive being the most productive.  Also 
notable yesterday were several red-browed treecreepers - almost too close to 
focus on - but giving us great views of their insect-gathering techniques. 
 One appeared to have a slightly rufous patch on the breast which none of us 
had observed before.  This species was notable on the same track in the same 
location at the same time last year (May 19).

Cilla Rose

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