RFI, Capertee Valley
Ian Reid <>
Tue, 22 Oct 2013 17:08:59 +1030
I will be in Sydney for work in the first week of December. I expect to
have one clear day when I could do some birding and an odd hour here or
there. Two main questions:
1. Are the Powerful Owls being seen in the Botanic gardens again this
spring? If so, is there a regular roost tree, or area?
2. Is it feasible to do the Capertee Valley as a day-trip from Sydney?
I'd be coming from darling Harnbour in a hire car, and I don't mind a v
early start. Main target is Regent Honeyeater. I note there have been
quite a few reports in recent times. If anyone has more detailed info
or a trip report they can point me to I'd be v grateful.
Prof. Ian Reid
School of Computer Science
University of Adelaide
ph: +61 (08) 83132135
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