Beautiful Firetails in NSW

Subject: Beautiful Firetails in NSW
From: richard baxter <>
Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 04:29:16 -0700 (PDT)

--- Allan Morris <> wrote:
>" In 1997David Geering
> recorded a further extension of range to the north
> east when he found them on theWomerah Trail, Parr
> SRA on 18 April. This is the first occasion that
> they had been found east of the Putty Road and north
> of the Hawkesbury River. It is most probable that
> actual northern limit of their range has yet to be
> fully defined."
  On the 1 June 99, whilst birding in the Belmont
Swamp area, just south of Newcastle I observed a
single Beautiful Firetail in company with several
Red-browed Finches.  I have not heard of any such
sightings since. 

For your information

Richard Baxter

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