|Subject:||Reynolds Park,Seven Hills, Sydney|
|Date:||Sat, 6 Sep 2003 07:59:00 EDT|
Went out to a place called Reynolds park in seven hills today(UBD page 190,C9)
saw 42 species in total,including a few pairs of Clamerous Reed Warblers and large flocks of Nutmeg Mannakins plus a rotting dead feral cat and a large black snake.
Overall saw 42 species, great birding for such a small spot.
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