Striped Honeyeater RFI

To: Carol Probets <>, martin havlicek <>
Subject: Striped Honeyeater RFI
From: Mick Roderick via Birding-Aus <>
Date: Fri, 22 Apr 2016 07:01:02 +0000
In just over half the time it would take to get to the Capertee you could visit 
Belmont Lagoon, between Lake Macquarie and Blacksmiths Beach. Striped HEs are 
common here, as they are in many coastal areas in the Hunter/Central Coast 
where Swamp She-oaks occur (e.g. the Hunter Wetlands Centre is another good 
spot). Even closer than Belmont they are found on the shores of the Tuggerah 
Lakes system on the Central Coast, again where Swamp She-oaks occur, (e.g. 
Wyong / Chittaway Point) though I don't have detailed knowledge of those areas. 
They're also in the Cessnock woodlands, though are not common here, becoming 
more common the further west you go up the Hunter Valley (eventually to 
habitats similar to the Capertee). 

From: Carol Probets <>
 To: martin havlicek <> 
 Sent: Friday, 22 April 2016, 16:00
 Subject: Re: [Birding-Aus] Striped Honeyeater RFI
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: 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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