News From Nothern NSW

To: "'Gordon Brook'" <>
Subject: News From Nothern NSW
From: "Lawrie Conole" <>
Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 11:37:48 +1100
Woolgoolga FR is a great little spot - a few years back I found
White-eared Monarch breeding there - still the most southerly breeding
record I think.  Can't recall precisely what else I saw there, but
White-headed Pigeon and Red-backed Fairy-wren are a couple that come
readily to mind.  


Conole, L.E., Baverstock, G.A. & Holmes, G. (1995). Southern breeding
records of the White-eared Monarch Monarcha leucotis.  Sunbird 25(3):

Lawrie Conole
Senior Zoologist

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