fruit doves and bowerbirds

To: "Chris Siddle" <>, <>
Subject: fruit doves and bowerbirds
From: "Greg & Val Clancy" <>
Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007 14:59:02 +1100
Woolgoolga Creek Reserve in Sherwood Nature Reserve, north of Coffs Harbour would have these species, although Superb Fruit-Doves are very hard to find south of the Richmond River. The Regent Bowerbird and Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove are regular at Iluka Nature Reserve at the mouth of the Clarence River. Green Catbirds are found in a number of rainforests in the Coffs Harbour area and in the Gibraltar Range/Washpool National Parks, west of Grafton.

Greg Clancy

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