|From:||"Chris Hankel" <>|
|Date:||Thu, 14 Jun 2001 12:58:09 +0930|
I spent a very pleasant weekend on a backwater of the Murray between Punyelroo and the Marne River Valley. I was cycling along a dirt road when a pair of Red-capped Robins landed in the middle of the road in front of me. While I stopped to admire them, I noticed the sounds of other small birds in the vegetation on the sides of the road.
There were Yellow-rumped Pardalotes (lots), Southern Whitface and White-fronted Chats as well as more Red-capped Robins. A very enjoyable rest stop.
Just a bit further on, a family of White-browed Babblers entertained me with their games.
My ride took a lot longer than intended !
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