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Subject: Scheyville
From: John Reidy <>
Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2001 21:26:13 +1100
Hi all,
Visited Scheyville National Park (west of Sydney) on the weekend with
Norma and Brian Baker and Grev And Marg Reidy. Main bird of interest was
Speckled Warbler. Also saw heaps of Fuscous Honeyeaters.

One disappointment was Long Neck Lagoon. I hadn't visited it for some
years, but it is now completely overgrown with some sort of water weed
(hyacinth?) Not a water bird of any sort was there, not even a
Yellowlegs or Phalarope. It used to be an excellent site and the late
Keith Hindwood spent much time there in the 1960's and before.

happy birding,
John Reidy

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