RFI Forest Raven sites in NSW

To: "Frank Parsons" <>, <>
Subject: RFI Forest Raven sites in NSW
From: "Greg & Val Clancy" <>
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 14:57:12 +1100
Hi Frank,

Forest Ravens are common at Harrington so you should be able to see them there. They are a little larger than Torresian Crows and, unlike the southern subspecies, these birds have long tails. The drawn out throaty/croaky call is also distinctive but be aware that Torresian Crows can also make unusual throaty calls at times.

I could put you onto Rufous Scrub-birds west of Grafton but not in the area that you will be visiting.


Greg Clancy

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