Charles Darwin National Park Field Trip
15 May 1999
About two dozen birders attended. The weather was reasonable, not too hot but getting that way by about 10 o'clock or so. The sand-flies were pretty bad to begin with but soon disappeared so that the mangroves were fairly pleasant.
Charles Darwin NP has a good stand of mangroves though access isn't that easy. There's a good fringe between the mangroves and woodland as well and that area can be productive for birds. The woodland was fairly quiet, though a few birds were about.