To: "birding aus" <>
From: "crompton" <>
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2006 14:12:40 +1000
Hi all, Yesterday went to the Royal National Park,in southern Sydney and walked 
the length of Lady Carrington Drive. Saw some good birds including Rockwarbler 
( a first for me and a species i have been searching for for years,even though 
everybody else seems to pick it up quite easily! ), Rose Robin, lots of Golden 
Whistlers and Large billed Scrubwren. Bird numbers seemed to be down . Winter 
perhaps ? No Black faced Monarchs, Because of winter Migration?
On the drive up from audley on my way home, I pulled over on the side of the 
road just short of the entrance to observe a group of birds and to my suprise 
identified a group of Brown Headed Honeyeaters, a new bird for me and one i 
have never before observed in either the area or National park,Has anybody else 
observed this bird in the Royal?
regards G.Crompton

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