Capertee Valley

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Subject: Capertee Valley
From: "Jill Dark" <>
Date: Tue, 5 Dec 2000 16:58:24 +1100
Hi All,
I was out in the Capertee Valley (west of Sydney) yesterday, Monday, and the regent honeyeaters are back.
I saw 2 birds in the casuarinas at Coco Creek (at the bottom of the steepest hill) and about 12 birds feeding in the flowering mugga ironbarks near Glen Davis.  This site is past the Glen Alice turn-off.  Look for a windmill on the left.  Just past here you will see the pink flowers of the ironbarks and hear the noisy friarbirds.  Lots of little and musk lorikeets here too.
Other good birds included Black-eared cuckoo, speckled warbler, crested shrike-tit, hooded robin and painted button-quail.
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