Migratory Western Gerygone

To: "Peter Ewin" <>, <>
Subject: Migratory Western Gerygone
From: "Robert Read" <>
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2003 18:38:59 +0930

The NT Atlas site
40/birds.html?species=463 shows that the Western Gerygones are quite
commonly recorded in the southern NT in winter, more so in fact than in
other seasons, though this might be in part due to the seasonality of
observers.  They are certainly hard to find if not calling.

Robert Read
Alice Springs

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