Birding in the Royal National Park, Sydney

Royal National Park, south of Sydney

Royal National Park, south of Sydney

Our holiday in New South Wales

September 2007

After morning tea we went for a walk along Lady Carrington Drive in the Royal National Park south of Sydney. I deliberately chose this road because on our last visit in 2007 we saw a Lyrebird walking along the road. It seemed quite at ease walking a few metres away from us. I guess it is so used to walkers and cyclists using this track that it feels quite at home in their presence. I was disappointed that we didn’t see a Lyrebird this time around. I did get to see a Rock Warbler. Not as good as a Lyrebird but still a good sighting all the same.

 

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