Hawkesbury area (near Windsor NSW)

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Subject: Hawkesbury area (near Windsor NSW)
From: N & J Russill <>
Date: Sun, 05 Oct 2003 15:26:49 +1000
On 4/10 we saw 117 species, without much effort in this great birding area.
We saw a White-throated Gerygone visit his beautiful nest less than 2 m off
the ground at Scheyville NP - quick work indeed.    We have noted that
Bar-shouldered Doves have increased their range here, we recorded them along
Cornwallis Road at Windsor and also at Cattai NP, it seems that every season
we see them in a new area, they have been around Sackville for a long
time. - look forward to some feed back re. this.   For those birdwatchers
who contacted us, and were interested in seeing Scarlet Honeyeaters -at
Cattai   NP , we had great views of two males in a dead tree!.  There are
considerable numbers at Mitchell Park and Cattai, so good luck.   All larks!
the Brown & Rufous Songlarks, Skylark and Bushlark were easily located along
the backroads of Windsor.    Neil & Judi Russill

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