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Re: birding-aus Birds around Coffs Harbour

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Subject: Re: birding-aus Birds around Coffs Harbour
From: Rachelle Levingston <fernwren@hotmail.com>
Date: Mon, 07 Jun 1999 02:08:12 PDT
Hi!
In the summer holidays I always visit South West Rocks (near Coffs).
I can't say what birds there would be there now, in winter, because of miagration. But there is quiet offen Honeyeaters such as: Scarlet Honeyeaters (which are migratory), White faced Honeyeaters (sedentary). Every year there is a pair of Whistling Kites, nesting at Horseshoe bay, there are also many White-breasted Sea Eagles (seen best at the Smokey Cape Lighthouse-which is a very beautiful place). There is also appartently, occassisonally Jabaru's seen on your way into South West Rocks from Coffs.

I hopefully this is some help, even though it is not exactly Coffs Habour. Rachelle. P.S. "The Pet Porpous" at Coffs Habour is the best place, and strong advised. (not only area there porpouses but injured birds too, that they care for.)


From: HARRIS & WESTRUP John & Jude <zzfox@uq.net.au>
Reply-To: westrup.harris@uq.net.au
To: birding-aus@deakin.edu.au
Subject: birding-aus Birds around Coffs Harbour
Date: Sun, 06 Jun 1999 21:15:56 +1000

Could anyone who has posted info to Edwin Vella re: birds of Coffs
Harbour, please send me the same as my wife is heading to C.H. for a
conference mid this month, so I am going with her to see some birds
hopefully!!

What are the special birds of this area??

In anticipation

John Harris

P.S. Are there any really good playgrounds for my kids, also??
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