Taiwan ... and a Pheasant Coucal at Royal NP

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Subject: Taiwan ... and a Pheasant Coucal at Royal NP
From: "David" <>
Date: Tue, 4 Aug 2009 16:57:10 +1000
Hello John,

I am still here and I stop in periodically to look at the reports.  Most of my 
time now is devoted to reptile photography but I always keep an eye out for the 

On Sunday, I went for a walk from Wattamolla to to Little Marley Beach.  In the 
late afternoon, I heard a Pheasant Coucal calling in the heath about half-way 
back to Wattamolla.  I don't know if that is unusual but it has been many years 
since I have last seen or heard a coucal at Royal.  Beautiful Firetails were 
reasonably common and Tawny-crowned Honeyeaters were in full song and display 
in the low heath near the cliffs.

Here is a link to a number of pics of our diverse geckos:


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