Habitat success

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Subject: Habitat success
From: "Simon Clayton" <>
Date: Sat, 28 Sep 2013 15:05:28 +1000
Hi All,


Our past 10 years of weed & habitat management at Gibraltar Reserve
(Gibraltar Range, NSW) are coming to fruition, literally, with rainforest
Figs, Quandongs and other native fruiting plants providing food and habitat
for birds. These include Rose-crowned & Wompoo Fruit-dove, Noisy Pitta,
Green Catbird, King Quail, Sooty & Masked Owl, which are all resident,
recorded in the past week, and breeding on or near the reserve.

A full species list of is available here

Spangled Drongo & Channel-billed Cuckoo arrived this week, and Greengrocer
Cicadas began calling.


Happy birding,


Simon Clayton


Birdrangers, Gibraltar Reserve

Cangai, NSW, 2460



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