|Subject:||Little Ravens at Castleragh (western Sydney)|
|From:||"Graham Turner" <>|
|Date:||Tue, 24 Jun 2003 13:08:35 +1000|
yesterday morning I saw a Little Raven at St. Claire (Western Sydney). I was fairly pleased with the ID as I was doing about 2 points at the time. Luckily the bird landed whilst I was watching, the slighter build and different flight had caught my eye, and gave the characteristic wing shuffle.
The bird was seen from the M4 motor way at Mamre Rd, the same spot where I saw a Brown Bittern fly over the road last december.
Maybe there are more Little Ravens (and other drought refugees) than are being reported
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