birding-aus Re: RFI Round Hill

Subject: birding-aus Re: RFI Round Hill
From: Peregrine <>
Date: Tue, 9 Mar 1999 15:50:12 -0500 (EST)

I should pass along what i found out the other day...
people planning to go out to Round Hill Nature Reserve or Loughnan NR, or 
any of the other less visited nature reserves in the area should contact 
Griffith National Parks office at 02 6962 7755 to get a bird list and let 
them know you will be there.  Many of the reserves in the area have only 
recently been declared  and birders can help NPWS immensely by visiting 
them and passing along their birdlists.  the person i talked to was quite 
frustrated that he could only findout about the rare birds from unusual 
sighting reports when data on relatively common species was scarce.

in bird news, we had the amazing experience of seeing 7 lyrebirds 
together along the forest path at Royal NAtional Park last wednesday. two 
of the males were displaying which is the first time I've seen them 
actually do it. interesting seeing the rufous and grey fantails together 
in the same place, and we caught up with southern emu-wrens on the curra 
moors track, but no tawny-crowned honeyeaters.

happy birding!
Katie Bertsche

Katie Bertsche .........If you're too busy to go birding, you're too busy.
Sydney, NSW, Australia

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