Soundscape from Watagans National Park, NSW

Subject: Soundscape from Watagans National Park, NSW
From: Marc Anderson <>
Date: Sun, 02 Jun 2013 22:00:59 +1000
Hi all,

Last week I took a trip out of Sydney into the Watagans, about a 2 hour drive north, and had a wonderful time birding and recording in the tall forests. Superb Lyrebird's were singing almost all day and birdlife was abundant. Plenty of Red-browed Treecreepers around, in fact I think if the calls were anything to go off they out numbered White-throated in many places. Also seen or heard were Gang-gang Cockatoos, Green Catbird, Rose Robin, White-naped Honeyeater, Horsfields & Shining Bronze Cuckoos.

Here's a sample of a male lyrebird calling close to the microphones -

and a late afternoon sample with Green Catbirds very vocal! -


Marc Anderson


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