Yellow-throated Scrubwren @ Bundanoon

Subject: Yellow-throated Scrubwren @ Bundanoon
Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2001 10:21:38 +1000
On Sunday I had good views of a pair of Yellow-throated Scrubwrens in a
rainforest gully of plumwood and coachwood in Morton National Park near
Bundanoon. Upon returning home to check my guides and books I read in the
Handlist of Birds of NSW (Morris & McGill) that this species may be found
(marked with ?) as far west as Bundanoon (and south to Bega). Slater
mentions they are found as far south as Bega. Pizzey & Knight I think
mentions that they are only found as far south as the Illawarra region? Are
Yellow-throated Scrubwrens found regularly in the Bundanoon area or further
south along the South Coast?
A confiding Wonga Pigeon along one track was also of interest.



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