Rose Robins in Royal National park, NSW

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Subject: Rose Robins in Royal National park, NSW
From: "alan morris" <>
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2006 09:38:55 +1100
Hi Birders,

As Rose Robins breed in coastal rainforests as well as wet gullys high in the mountain ranges, I see nothing odd about the Rose Robins being in Royal NP at this time of the year (as mentioned my Ricki Couglan on 30/10/06).

Rose Robins breed on the Central Coast in Katandra Reserve Matcham, in rainforest around Ourimbah SF, Strickland SF and at Palmgrove near Ourimbah all pretty close to the coast ie no more that 20 km from the sea, and on the coastal plain in what would be describes as "Sub-tropical Rainforest". My limited knowledge of Royal NP would suggested that there would some similar small pockest of suitable habitat there as well.

Alan Morris

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