|Subject:||Regent Honeyeaters and Dollarbirds.|
|From:||Andy Burton's Bush Tours <>|
|Date:||Fri, 6 Oct 2000 10:59:28 +1000|
Have just returned from 2 days of birding with US visitors in Blue Mountains and Capertee Valley.
Saw Regent HE in Capertee; more surprising was seeing one in Megalong Valley, south of Blackheath on Megalong Ck at Old Ford Reserve; ca 33° 44.0´ 150° 14.0´.
On my return to Sydney heard my first Dollarbird of the season, this morning in Flat Rock Gully Reserve, Cammeray, at 33° 49.245´ 151° 12.535´.
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