Royal National Park

Subject: Royal National Park
From: (Stuart Fairbairn)
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 97 11:53:06 GMT
Today Sunday 12 Jan I spent half an hour at Wattle Forest in the Royal National 
Park and saw a pair of Lyrebirds feeding just 10 metres away. The male's lyre 
feathers seemed to be perfect complete with the dark brown round tips. As well 
there were:- Bassian Thrush, Green Catbird, Eastern Yellow Robin, Black-faced 
Monarch, Brown Cuckoo Dove, Lewin Honeyeater, Brown Warbler, Willie Wagtail, 
Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, Pacific Black and Maned Ducks, Moorhen, Magpie, Grey 
Butcherbird (heard)and finally a magnificent 2.1m Diamond Python. Only 200 
metres from the car park.
Stuart W.H.Fairbairn
Sydney, Australia.
Tel +61 02 9363 2042.

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