Western Gerygone in Sydney

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Subject: Western Gerygone in Sydney
From: "Paul and Irene Osborn" <>
Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2003 12:38:14 -0600
Hi all,
I have had a recent report of a Western Gerygone in Cumberland State Forest at West Pennant Hills. Could anyone advise me of the likelihood of this record being genuine, please? What is the eastern limit of this bird's distribution around Sydney?
Thanks to all those who sent me serious replies to my message about my collimation problem. Perhaps if I'd pointed out that I dropped the binoculars, in their case, from a bag I was picking up, about 20 cm onto a cork tile floor I would have had fewer suggestions about neck straps.
Paul Osborn
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