Tarban Creek, near Hunters Hill is fairly reliable for them too.
On 27 September 2013 11:25, Graeme Stevens <> wrote:
> Depending on your base in Sydney and transport arrangements, alternatives
> are Warriewood Wetlands on the Northern Beaches side of Sydney - also
> accessible by public transport - where they are very regular.
> Olympic Park also a possibility, especially around "Triangle Pond" near
> the Waterbird Refuge.
> In terms of getting on to them, I would say familiarity with the song
> would be very useful (Morcombe App for example).
> They often call repeatedly from a perch without moving far.
> Otherwise fruiting privet, lantana or backyard soft fruits like figs are a
> great drawcard but perhaps a bit early.
> Very best of luck (a "plastic" and a feral perhaps - but a very attractive
> little S Asian import).
> Graeme Stevens
> > On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 12:57:42PM +0000, Bernard O'Keefe wrote:
> > > I will be in Sydney on saturday and i was hoping i could get some
> > > information about where i could locate the Red-whiskered Bulbul
> > > and if there were any special things i should look for.
> > Wolli Creek has the highest density of bulbuls I've seen in Sydney and
> > is accessible but public transport e.g. you could walk from Bardwell
> > Park to Tempe railway station. Closer to the CBD you might see
> > them in the leafiest parts of Surrey Hills/Chippendale more likely
> > in Glebe e.g. the Toxteth Estate accessible by the Jubilee Park Light
> > Rail Station, bus or even walking from CBD.
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