Capertee and botanic gardens

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Subject: Capertee and botanic gardens
From: Ian Reid <>
Date: Wed, 4 Dec 2013 05:28:00 +0000
Many thanks to those who responded to my RFIs about the Capertee Valley and the 
Royal Botanical Gardens.  I am so grateful!! 

The former was fantastic and I saw bang on 100 sp in my 1.5 days, including 10 
lifers and 15 honeyeater species. 

This morning before work I popped in to the Botanical Gardens and within 
seconds had located a powerful owl in a large fig just across the path from its 
favoured tree, complete with corpse of a flying fox in its talons.

Will write a report in due course, and post some photos.

Tomorrow will have few hours at Royal National Park, and then Friday evening 
set out cross-country on a short road-trip back to Adelaide.

Cheers, Ian

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