Capertee Valley highlights

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Subject: Capertee Valley highlights
From: "Timothy Hyde" <>
Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2008 11:06:09 +1100
Anyone planning to visit the Capertee Valley (NSW) over the Easter break
will be in for a treat
as the place is just buzzing. A quick trip out yesterday scored Plum Heads,
Barking Owl,
Black-chinned, Spiny Cheeked, Yellow-tufted HE's and many more in just a few

Why am I typing these out. Lynda's put a full list and some nice photos on
her new

Birding blog here 

Timothy & Lynda Hyde 

Blue Mountains / Capertee Valley   NSW


Oh.. another unusual sighting was 40 Straw Necked Ibis, an uncommon visitor.








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