Pardalotes in mixed feeding flocks

Subject: Pardalotes in mixed feeding flocks
From: LCONOLE <>
Date: Tue, 01 Aug 1995 09:15:25 +1000 (EET)
Mixed feeding flocks are principally a winter phenomenon in temperate
Australia.  My favourite from a couple of weeks ago is a mixed flock of
Pink Robins, Buff-rumped Thornbills and Superb Fairy-wrens at Bannockburn. 
During the breeding season (which is spring-summer for a large % of
forest/woodland passerines), pardalotes may indeed be the loners - the
existential outsiders - of the forest! 

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