Striped Honeyeater RFI

To: martin havlicek <>
Subject: Striped Honeyeater RFI
From: Carol Probets <>
Date: Fri, 22 Apr 2016 06:00:28 +0000
Hi Martin,

One of the closest places to Sydney for Striped Honeyeater is the Capertee 
Valley. They’re reasonably common there in many of the well-treed roadside 
areas. Pick up a "Capertee Valley Map and Guide to Birdwatching” leaflet from 
Lithgow tourist info or Capertee store and try sites 4, 6 and 11 which are all 
good for Striped. You can also download the leaflet from here: and click the stylised Regent 



> On 21 Apr 2016, at 11:49 pm, martin havlicek <> wrote:
> Dear Aus-birders
> Striped Honeyeater and Ground Cuckoo-shrike have been eluding me
> successfully for very long time, driving me to this desperate email. Would
> anyone advise me about a good location in NSW? I am currently based in
> Sydney.
> Any information will be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you
> Martin Havlicek

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