RFI, Capertee Valley, Royal Nat Park

Subject: RFI, Capertee Valley, Royal Nat Park
From: Ian Reid <>
Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2013 14:10:05 +1030
Hi All,

I while back I posted an RFI for Capertee Valley and got some very useful info back from a few people. Many thanks! As things have worked out I will actually now two dawns at the Capertee Valley and maybe a clear day at Royal Nat Park either side of my conference.

I now have lots of useful info for the former, though I have noted that there are no further reports of Regent HE on eremaea since a flurry in October. Is anyone on birding-aus aware of sites where Regents may have been seen recently, or would be more likely?

My other targets there (as well as a host of other more common stuff) are Turquoise Parrot, Rock Warbler and Plum-headed Finch. Again if there is recent gen that is not on eremaea I'd be really grateful.

I will have one day to bird RNP with a friend after the conference. If anyone can suggest a one day itinerary for RNP that would take in a range of habitats and species, but def include a crack at Superb Lyrebird for my friend, again that would be really appreciated.

Regards, Ian

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


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