Re: Red-lored whistlers

To: Reg Clark <>
Subject: Re: Red-lored whistlers
From: morris <>
Date: Sun, 11 Oct 1998 20:36:10 +1000
Reg Clarke asked about Red-lored Whistlers in NSW. The answers are as

1. Red-lored Whistlers have been recorded from Round Hill NR in the past
2 years although of two parties of birdwatchers known to have visit
Round Hill NR during September & October, neither were successful in
finding the bird.

2. The only other location where they have been recorded in recent years
has been in the nearby Nombinnie Nature Reserve where 2 were seen in
April 1991.

3. However I am led to believe that they have also been reported in
either the privately owned Scotia Reserve and or the adjoining Towari
Nature Reserve in far south-west NSW. For information on Towari contact
the NPWS Lower Darling District Office in Mildura (Vic).

Alan Morris
NSWFOC Records Officer

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