RFI: Kioloa and Murramarang

Subject: RFI: Kioloa and Murramarang
From: Ian Reid <>
Date: Sun, 13 Jan 2013 23:40:45 +1030
Dear All,

I will be spending a few days at a work retreat at Kioloa on the NSW coast near Bateman's Bay in a couple of weeks.

I expect to have time for some morning and/or evening birding. Never having birding in NSW before I have quite along list of targets, I have looked at the eremaea lists to see what people have reported there. Highest on my wish-list are Superb Lyrebird, Satin Bowerbird. I have the impression that they are fairly common and I should just walk the trails in the forest and come across them, but if I am wrong and there are known stake-outs, I'd be very grateful for tips. I'd also like to know if there is any sites not too far away (I'll have a car) where I'd have a chance at Rock Warbler or Spotted Quail-thrush.

I'll be driving there from Canberra and would like to find out if there are any nice birding spots between Canberra and the coast.

Cheers, Ian

Prof. Ian Reid
School of Computer Science
University of Adelaide
Adelaide, 5005
ph: +61 (08) 83132135


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