re: Backyard birds and a Leaden Flycatcher sighting

Subject: re: Backyard birds and a Leaden Flycatcher sighting
Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2000 14:25:53 +1000

G'day all

Reg, where is your backyard?

Can everyone please either say where they are and/or where they went birding in
precise enough detail so that we could (if we wanted) visit the location.
Someone else posted a message this morning about a couple of national parks with
no information about where they were.  I read the message several times before
the word Tenterfield caught my eye.  I think Tenterfield is in northern NSW but
am not sure.  It doesn't take much to give us this information.  It also makes
searching the archives far more useful.

A male Leaden Flycatcher was present along the Grange Burn, Hamilton last
Wednesday morning.  This is my second record for sw Victoria - the first was one
in the Mt. Napier State Park (15km south of Hamilton) in March 1992.  The
current atlas has a record from somewhere near Hamilton but the first atlas
didn't record any down this way.



Steve Clark
45 Carmichael Street, Hamilton, Victoria, 3300

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