Royal National Park - Sydney

To: "Ricki Coughlan" <>
Subject: Royal National Park - Sydney
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 20:10:10 +1100
Hi Ricki

I visited the RNP today and walked along Lady Carrington Dr from the south
end. There was plenty of Catbirds at the first creek crossing ( 4 to 8 ).

The highlight was the mimicking of the lyrebirds.
 In one spot I hear the same bird mimicking a pied currawong, king parrot,
Sulfur crested cockato, eastern whipbird and a red wattle bird.
Great stuff !

Some other bird off the top of my head......
Rose Robin
Yellow robin
Red browed Finches
Grey Fantail
Yellow Faced HE
Lewin's HE
S Blue Wren
Brown Thornbill
Eastern Whipbird
Yellow  thoated scrud wren
Golden Whistler

Kind Regards,

Simon Hayes

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