Royal National Park

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Subject: Royal National Park
From: "N & J Russill" <>
Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2003 16:24:35 +1100
Hi all,
Further to the postings re. Scrubwrens in RNP, we saw all three on Lady
Carrington Drive and at Wattle Flat today 29/11 along with Leaden
Flycatchers and Rufous Fantails, along with the usual wonderful birds of
that area.
Brown-headed Honeyeaters are still around in small numbers too.  Superb
Lyrebirds continue to amaze us with a superb (!) repertoire of calls, and
Black faced Monarchs are still feeding young, very successful season.
Happy birding  Judi & Neil Russill

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