Capertee and area
Thomas Wilson <>
Sat, 20 Sep 2014 10:08:07 +1000
I'm having a week away with some relaxing, wine and a bit of birding in the
Mudgee/Bathurst area next week. Obviously, Capertee is a target destination but
I understand that it was fairly quiet last week, so are there any current
hotspots that would yield better results? I have the birding routes map for the
valley so will use that to guide me in to a few spots as well.
Are there any currently good sites a bit further afield? I'll try to visit
Putta Bucca Wetlands in Mudgee, even though the Citrine Wagtail seems to have
moved on. We may go across to Orange one day as well, so any suggestions there?
When we go to Lithgow I'll stop and look at the water treatment works and also
look at Lake Wallace at some point too.
While I'd like to see Diamond Firetails and Turquoise Parrots as I haven't seen
any for some years, I'm not really looking for anything specific - just some
nice birds from that part of the country.
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