Re: News From Northern NSW

Subject: Re: News From Northern NSW
Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 10:48:08 +1000
I used to get into Wooloolga Flora Reserve regularly into the early 80's 
to early 90's.  It is a great place.  Pigeons were quite easy to see with 
Wompoo Pigeons regular there.  Noisy Pittas nests were found on several 
occasions and Pale Yellow Robins were easy to find.  In general most 
rainforest species you would expect in that area were present.

Of interest were sightings of Barred (Yellow-eyed) Cuckoo-shrikes 
occasionally and a sighting of White-eared Monarch (generally accepted as 
ranging south to Iluka, some 80 km further north).


David Geering

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