another NP full of birds

Subject: another NP full of birds
From: Ian Fraser <>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2012 20:43:22 +1000
Hello Victoria. CNP is indeed a lovely place. Re the birds, the important question always is - having looked at your books, what do you think they are?



On 16/04/2012 20:11, victoria wrote:
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Spent four days at Croajingalong with great weather and lots of birds! (water and land). A number of lyrebirds on various walks and a few oyster catches at Wingham, as well as Wonga pigeons and some other small birds which twitted among your feet at the camp site. Lots of banksias in flowers as well as other health plants such as epacris, acacia and cassinia. Easy to grab a camp spot now, so go if you can. Can anyone identify the two latter birds with the yellow chest? They acted like tree creepers straddling tree stumps but very fidgety and in pairs seeking food on the ground left by campers. Terrible photos but they were very fast.

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