south west slopes

Subject: south west slopes
Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2001 15:01:52 +1000
I thought i'd post some sightings from my trip to the south west slopes
yesterday (Sun 17 June). Driving well over 400 kms in one day doesn't leave
a lot of time for birding, but fortunately I did manage some interesting
sightings in the little time I had.

Jindalee State Forest: 13 White-browed Babblers (2 separate groups), 2
Little Friarbirds.
Near Combaning State Forest: 1 Pied Butcherbird.
Ingalba Nature Reserve: 7 Superb Parrots, Yellow-plumed, Black-chinned,
Striped and Spiny-cheeked Honeyeaters, Little Friarbirds.
Temora-Griffith Road: Apostlebirds, Blue-faced Honeyeaters.


Marnix Zwankhuizen

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