White-eared Monarch in NSW

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Subject: White-eared Monarch in NSW
From: "Alan Morris" <>
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 10:02:29 +1000
Hi Birders,
On 21/10/03 Graham Turner asked about the southern distribution limits of the White-eared Monarch in NSW. As a general rule the Woolgoolga Flora Reserve would appear to be the most regular southern limit for the White-eared Monarch in NSW. Most records are for that location, and further north at Iluka Nature Reserve, Brusnwick Heads, Mt Warning area, Terania Ck/Nightcap NP, and Tweed Heads. The publication "Handlist of Birds in NSW" 1981 Morris, McGill & Holmes also confirms this distribution.
Alan Morris
Records Officer
Birding NSW
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