birding-aus Re: Wollomi National Park

Subject: birding-aus Re: Wollomi National Park
From: "David Geering"<>
Date: Mon, 1 Mar 1999 09:50:14 +1000

Penny (and other interested parties)

I was involved in fauna surveys across a large area of the Wollemi
(north-west of Sydney) in 1996 and 1997 (many areas generally inaccessible
to the public).  The Coricudgy - Main Track area was a favourite.  The 1997
Hunter Bird Observers Club lists a number of the interesting  sightings in
my week camping there.  Crescent Honeyeaters were present in the

Of greatest interest through were the Pilotbirds.  This was a range
extension for the species and I encountered them just about everywhere I
went from Coricudgy to Mount Kekeelbone (on the Main Trail) to about Middle
Hill (rough tracks north of Coricudgy).  It could well be worth a better
look in areas beyond these points to ascertain the range limits of this

David Geering

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