Birding at Roseneath Station - Ground Cuckoo-shrikes and Black Honeyeate

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Subject: Birding at Roseneath Station - Ground Cuckoo-shrikes and Black Honeyeaters
From: "Richard & Roz" <>
Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2009 12:44:22 +1100
Hello everyone,
I haven't posted here for a few years, and am now retired up in Bellingen. Our 
little group of 'Bellingen' Birders' have just returned from a 4-day trip to 
Roseneath Station 70km west of Tenterfield in northern NSW. I thought I should 
mention the great time we had, and the hospitality of Dell, the owner of the 
2500ha grazing property. We stayed in nicely-upgraded shearers' quarters and 
Dell took us to all the good spots around the place - with the usual mix of 
'grassy woodland' species - lots of Speckled Warblers, Hooded Robins and some 
Turquoise Parrots etc. Highlights were a couple of Ground Cuckoo-shrikes on the 
river flats, which are apparently have been around for a while + two Black 
Honeyeaters feeding in grevillea. If you are passing that way check out

All the best,  Richard

Richard Jordan and Roz Hemsley
PO Box 449
NSW 2454

tel (02) 6655 9456
mob 042 838 5677

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