Re:RFI South of Sydney

Subject: Re:RFI South of Sydney
From: Chrisx2 <>
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 23:29:02 +1000
The Royal would be my pick, where depends on the weather, if it's windy steer clear of the exposed heathlands. If it's not try them out, should be some wildflowers out and a good range of honeyeaters and other birds. Wattle Forest always give s a good range of species It is accessed from Audley, drive over the causeway (from Sutherland side), Turn right after the buildings/ cafes, last right before climbing the hill, follow the road to a wooden bridge, drive across and follow the road to the left to the end. Park and keep walking in that direction and you'll find a foot track heading under the rain forest, it weaves in and out and you'll be watching for rinforest birds, watr birds, and birds from the drier forest which starts pretty much as the valley walls rise, it's quite a narrow strip. Morning is generally better, but you should get a good list. Do this before heading to the heathlands (if not windy) as you lose light earlier in the valley.


Chris Ross


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