Warriewood wetland.

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Subject: Warriewood wetland.
From: "bruce Cox" <>
Date: Sat, 20 Jul 2002 13:14:15 +1000
Hi All,

The flowering of Swamp Mahogany in Warriwwood Wetland on Sydney's Northern
Beaches is finally winding down, while Rainbow Lorikeets and Yellow-faced
Honeyeaters are still there in fair numbers, the Fuscous H/e have left and
there is obviously less blossom on the trees. Not to say it is not worth a
visit however, this morning there was Scarlet H/e. Spangled Drongo,
Fan-tailed Cuckoo and my best ever views of a Little Grassbird feeding in
the open almost under the boardwalk. The bird of the morning  however was a
Grey Goshawk circling overhead. My previous visit several days ago produced:
a Rose Robin, Buff-banded Rail, Varied Sitella and Australian Spotted Crake.

Good birding, Bruce.

Bruce Cox.
48 Rangers Retreat Rd. Frenchs Forest.
Sydney. 2086.  Australia.
Phone:--02 9451 5394.

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