Woodlands Historic Park...again (Melb)

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Subject: Woodlands Historic Park...again (Melb)
From: "Marlene Lyell" <>
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2003 22:01:06 +1000
Hi All,
     Heard my first (for the season) Shining Bronze-cuckoos (2) today in the Back Paddock.  One was calling west of the entrance and the other was south of Gellibrand Hill.  Didn't hear the Horsfield's B-C today.
Another highlight was provided by Red-capped & Flame Robins seen within a couple of metres of one another.  
28 species seen including Crested Shrike-tits, Golden Whistler, Silvereye, Weebills, Little, Brown and Yellow-rumped Thornbills, Mistletoebird.
A very vocal Brown Goshawk attracted the attention of another, presumably it's mate. They then flew off and I lost sight of them, but I could hear one calling for the hour or so I was in the park.  
Happy birding
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