|Subject:||Re: Help on Sydney birds - thanks|
|Date:||Tue, 1 Nov 2005 08:38:29 +1100|
David wrote "I drove bright and early yesterday up to Deep Creek at Narromine. I
nestled in at the waterfall "
This is very clearly not the Narromine west of Dubbo! I can't recall the last time I saw Rock Warbler at Narromine!!
By the way, those travelling west (in NSW) may be interested in Magpie Geese on the weir pool at Nyngan.
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