|To:||<>, "Evan Beaver" <>|
|Subject:||RFI : Sydney area, from English Birder|
|From:||"Peter Madvig" <>|
|Date:||Fri, 18 Jan 2008 09:59:50 +1100|
Hi Paul,The dates don't seem to match, unless you extend your stay. This is from the Cumberland Bird Observers Club website:-
January 27, 2008 Sunday 8.00am Deep Creek/Warriewood WetlandsMeet in the car park in Deep Creek Reserve off Wakehurst Parkway, Narrabeen. Target Species: Baillon's Crake, Black Bittern, Osprey, Buff-banded Rail, Brush Bronzewing.
Habitat: Heathland, Melaleuca wetland and bush creek.Walking Gradient: Easy to moderate - at Deep Creek there are narrow bush tracks with some exposed roots and rocks and steps may be encountered; at Warriewood there is a boardwalk and level bush tracks.
Leader: Tony Peri 9405 2052I'm free most days and Royal National Park also accessable from Sydney - that's always worth a visit. Give us a call if you're able and interested:- 9484 3362
Regards, Peter Madvig, Beecroft (Sydney).
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