Birds around Gloucester

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Subject: Birds around Gloucester
From: Penny Brockman <>
Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2006 19:36:34 +1100
Dear all

Did the Cliff Walk in Woko National Park today Sunday 12 Feb (Woko is north west of Glocuester part of the Great Dividing Range, 31 48 10 - 151 47 38) from 8 to 11.20am. Most of the usual birds, ie: mid north coast temperate rain forest, including Black-faced Monarch, Wonga, White-headed and Brown Pigeons, Catbirds, and a very small Brush Turkey Chick on the path. No sound from Superb Lyrebirds, Noisy Pittas or Wompoo Pigeons.

Also Spine-tailed Swifts overhead - only saw 2 through a crack in the canopy so could have been many more.

This is a steep up and then down 4km walk, very beautiful, in one of our many superb local national parks. There is also a pretty camping area with toilets and gas BBQ besides the Little manning River, but don't try it during school holidays!

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