Spring migrants in Melbourne

To: bette <>, birding <>
Subject: Spring migrants in Melbourne
From: Laurence Living <>
Date: Tue, 04 Sep 2001 18:05:57 +1000
Bette's message about Spring migrants on the Mornington peninsula near
Melbourne prompts me to report three species that have returned to
Lysterfield Natioonal Park [east of Melbourne] last weekend.

We had our first sightings for this season of fan-tailed cuckoo,
olive-backed oriole and yellow-faced honeyeater.

Laurie Living

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