Capertee Valley Birdwatching Mudgee Birding - Advertisement

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Subject: Capertee Valley Birdwatching Mudgee Birding - Advertisement
From: Putta Bucca <>
Date: Fri, 3 Jul 2015 10:50:23 +0000
Central Tablelands Birdwatching Tours operates bird watching day trips,
weekends and night tours for anyone interested in exploring the birding
paradise that is the Central Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia.

Trips are custom tailored to the desires of our birding clientele  and may
include visits to the Capertee Valley, Munghorn Gap and a selection of the
Central Tableland’s birding secrets.

Each tour will be tailored to the individual/group and will be structured
around what birds species the attendees most desire to see. It is is not
unusual to see around 150 bird species of birds in one weekend in the
Central Tablelands.

Target species include: Regent Honeyeater, Swift Parrot, Rockwarbler,
Painted Honeyeater, Diamond Firetail, Turquoise Parrot, Gang Gang Cockatoo,
Speckled Warbler, Southern Whiteface, Plum-headed Finch, Hooded Robin,
Red-capped Robin, Red-browed Treecreeper, Brown Treecreeper, Glossy Black
Cockatoo, Powerful Owl, Superb Lyrebird and many more.

Tours typically leave on Saturday morning and can finish the same day or
extend to the following Sunday evening.

Specialty nocturnal tours can be arranged to see the amazing Powerful Owl,
the largest owl species in Australia and White-throated Nightjar.

If you would like to experience the amazing Capertee Valley or Munghorn Gap
and try your luck at seeing one of the last wild Regent Honeyeaters in
existence, then you should consider attending a weekend tour with an
experienced local bird guide and ornithologist at Central Tablelands
Birdwatching Tours.

Visit our website:

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or enquire about our services and rates at :

We look forward to going birding with you!

Yours sincerely,

 Kurtis Lindsay Bsc (Hons)

Central Tablelands Birdwatching Tours
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