Re:Cocoparra National Park

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Subject: Re:Cocoparra National Park
From: "Tobias Hayashi" <>
Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2006 14:14:48 +1000
      We camped at Woolshed Flat in Cocoparra National Park. Woolshed Flat is in the northern part of the NP and is  easy to find on a map/brochure of the park. It is the only camping ground in the NP, and has facilities such as gas stove/cooking area and toilets. As for the Peregrine Falcon eggs, they were reasonably easy to see without a telescope, although they appeared quite small in our binoculars  (we were on higher ground than the nest).  It was the female that showed us the nest/scrape on the rocks. She landed nearby, but flew off after a while, so we left reasonably soon.
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