Green Catbird nesting in Royal National Park

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Subject: Green Catbird nesting in Royal National Park
From: "Trevor Quested" <>
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 1998 16:52:43 +1100
While showing some beginners around Royal National Park, just south of
Sydney, one pointed out a big green bird.  It was a Green Catbird beside a
nest in the fronds of a Cabbage Tree Palm.  I could see another bird on the
nest beside it.  Do Cat birds catch mice another asked?
To see the bird, go to Wattle Forest. Walk through the rainforest to the
sign which says Bush regeneration in progress, please tread softly. Look in
the row of cabbage tree palms to the right against the hillside.
Good luck.  I've seen plenty of catbirds but this is the first one I have
seen nesting.
Trevor  Quested
Sydney,  Australia

Phone   +61 2 9955 6266
Fax  + 61 2  9959 4005

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