macho Rose Robin

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Subject: macho Rose Robin
From: Ian Fraser <>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2001 13:42:10 +1000
WE've had a male RR hanging aroung our place (actually feeding and
fluttering busily, and being incidentally very decorative) for the past
week or so.

I expect them here (ie inner suburban Turner) as passage migrants, but
no later than earlyish May. It does seem that this one is intending to
stay for the winter. This is not unheard of, but usually only in a mild
winter, and the past several nights have been -3, ie about 4 BELOW



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