First, I would like to thank the people that have sent helpful replies so
To clarify, I am talking about the Chiltern Trail near Ingleside NSW, not
Chiltern VIC. I am sorry for the confusion. I found recent eBird records of
the species from the NSW site. And now I see that there are more details on
the Eremaea birdline.
I will spend a few days rock climbing in the Blue Mountains where I hope to
find a Rockwarbler. Then I will have 1.5 days for birding. I plan to start
at the Chiltern Trail.
I also forgot to ask if anyone had details on Powerful Owl(s) at the Sydney
Thank you all very much again!
On Thu, Jul 10, 2014 at 2:15 PM, Bert Harris <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am headed to Sydney soon and I would like to look for Regent Honeyeater
> at the Chiltern trail (on 19 July). Would anyone be willing to share tips
> on finding the species there?
> I will only have 1.5 days. I will also be looking for Rockwarbler,
> Pilotbird, Lewin's Rail, and Spottless Crake, and I'll be keeping my eyes
> out for Masked Owl. I have the new Dolby and Clarke bird finding guide but
> any recent information on those species would also be fantastic.
> Thank you very much!
> Bert Harris, New Jersey, USA
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