Monga NP

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Subject: Monga NP
From: "martin butterfield" <>
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 17:22:28 +1100
Today we went with the Australian Native Plants Society to Monga NP,
nearish to Braidwood, with a main aim of seeing the Plumwood trees in
flower.  This aim was magnificently fulfilled and there were some
excellent birds as well.

My avifaunal highlights were Large-billed Scrubwren (my 2nd ever), at
least 4 and perhaps 6 Red-browed Treecreepers (with some observers
possibly seeing young being fed); and a pair of Rose Robins (with
others being heard at other parts of the Park).   Honeyeaters were
mainly static (ie no migration evident) but quite good diversity with
Crescent (several), Yellow-facd, White-naped and Brwon-headed
Honeyeaters plust Eastern Spinebill being recorded in various spots.

I think I also won the leech pool with two on my arms at different
times, due to injudicious leaning on stuff.


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