|Subject:||Lyrebirds at Washpool National Park|
|From:||"david taylor" <>|
|Date:||Tue, 09 Jul 2002 23:02:03 +0000|
Spent time at Washpool National Park near Glen Innes last weekend. I was particularly pleased to see evidence of good numbers of Superb Lyrebirds - saw up to five individual birds and heard regular calling from many birds across the park. The birds were in fine song, and I watched one male at very close distance entertain with a repertoure of mimics including Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo, Bellbird, Whipbird, Currawong ,Satin Bowerbird , Riflebird and Kookaburra.
I would recommend the park as a very good spot to see Superb Lyrebirds. Facilities at the park and the nearby Gibraltar Range National Park are excellent.
A very close encouter with a Spotted-tailed Quoll was another highlight!
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