With an abundance of quiet creeks and streams flowing through a variety of forest types, the Royal National Park is a place where I like to find solitude. I grew up in a town called Heathcote, on the edge of this reserve, and over the years I have spent countless hours exploring it’s habitats and biodiversity. Sitting by a tranquil stream, listening to the dawn chorus is a wonderful way to relax. This album has been created to share the experience.
All of the tracks were recorded in the Hacking River valley, around the Forest Path, Lady Carrington Drive and Red Cedar Flat.
|1.||Dawn in the Valley (Yellow-faced Honeyeater, Lewins Honeyeater, Eastern Yellow Robin, Yellow-throated Scrubwren and more…)||[15:20]|
|2.||Rainforest Stream (Golden Whistler, Pilotbird, Australian Ground Thrush and Green Stream Frog)||[12:08]|
|3.||Lyrebirds on the Wallamurra Trail||[7:44]|
|4.||Jersey Springs (Eastern Whipbird, Golden Whistler, Rufous Whistler, Leaden Flycatcher and Black-faced Monarch)||[3:44]|
|5.||Red Cedar Flat (Scarlet Honeyeater and Grey Shrike Thrush)||[7:44]|