Warriewood Wetland.

To: "Nina Bardsley" <>, "Marita Macrae" <>, "Kerry Smith" <>, "Bob Way" <>, "Andy Burton's Bush Tours" <>, "A.J.& L.Bloom" <>, "Chris and Diana Pickering" <>, "Reg Clark" <>, "Birding-aus" <>
Subject: Warriewood Wetland.
From: "bruce Cox" <>
Date: Mon, 26 Aug 2002 18:00:48 +1000
Hello everyone,

The Noisy Pitta was still at Irrawong Reserve this afternoon (Monday).  This
is 10 days since Kerry Smith first found it. Walk in about 50 m. from
Irrawong Rd. to where the track forks, take the left fork and after a few
metres you will see a group of low Cabbage Palms on the R.H. side of the
track. I saw the bird under those palms.

There are still 3 Baillon's Crakes at the Katoa Close boardwalk. I saw them
about 4.00 P.M. feeding on the edge of the reeds.

For me undoubtedly the bird of the day was a Spotted Harrier again seen from
the boardwalk. It flew over the swamp at some height and then returned later
at a much more harrier like height. My 1st. S.H. and 210 species for
Sydney's Northern Beaches.

Happy birding, Bruce.

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

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