Eastern Bristlebird

To: Kirri Hardy <>
Subject: Eastern Bristlebird
From: Charles Hunter via Birding-Aus <>
Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2022 12:13:27 +1100
Hi Kirri,

I’ve seen EBs regularly (most visits) on the first stretch of the pathway 
(first 400 - 500 metres) on the left hand side. On one occasion a few years ago 
about 15 or so were on the path (about 200 metres from the service road) 
playing around ponds after heavy night rain that had cleared into a beautiful 
sunny morning. 

Also go down the service path for chance of flushing a ground parrot.

Warm regards,
Charlie Hunter

+61 402 907 577

> On 19 Dec 2022, at 11:18 am, Kirri Hardy via Birding-Aus 
> <> wrote:
> I’m hoping to go to Barren Grounds in the next few days…is it a good time of 
> year to listen for and possibly miraculously see an Eastern Bristlebird? If 
> so, is there a location at the grounds that they frequent a little more than 
> usual? Also is there a Pilotbird area in the Sydney region where they seem to 
> hang out a little more than others? 
> Thanks
> Kirri 😊
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