I've only just come back from holidays and re-accessed my
computer to wade through 200+ emails. I was in the Wattle Forest on the 17th
January and saw one Rufous Fantail. I didn't see any honeyeaters or orioles and
only one scrubwren. There was also at least one White Headed Pigeon in a tree
just before the creek. I was able to enjoy watching a lyrebird run through its
performance for several minutes which was a personal highlight - even more so
than the pigeon.
Regards Steve Gross
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