Re: Ilunie Range (NSW) et al

Subject: Re: Ilunie Range (NSW) et al
Date: Tue, 28 May 2002 14:20:53 +1000
Marnix wrote "All in all a great day out even though I did not find a
single Swift Parrot".  That's what it's all about.  Regents and Swifties are 
species so not everyone can expect to find them.  This doesn't mean you 
can't have a great day out.

In regards Orioles, in the Capertee Valley and here at Dubbo the numbers 
go up in winter (as do numbers of lots of other things such as Rose 
Robins, Golden Whistlers etc).  I suspect O-b Orioles also show the same 
sort of migration in places.


David Geering

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