Coco Creek in the Capertee Valley NSW

Subject: Coco Creek in the Capertee Valley NSW
From: Carol Probets <>
Date: Wed, 20 Sep 2000 08:48:56 +1100
On a lightning visit to the Capertee Valley yesterday, Coco Creek proved an
interesting place to stop, with Scarlet Honeyeaters calling from the tops
of the trees, a flock of at least 17 Diamond Firetails feeding on the road,
Rufous Whistlers back and in full voice, a Collared Sparrowhawk soaring
overhead, and of course, many other species.

Coco Creek is the second bridge from Capertee, where casuarinas line the
creek at the bottom of the long descent.


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