|Date:||Tue, 9 Sep 2003 13:17:43 +1000|
Almost slipped my mind.
For those with an interest in such things, Rainbow Bee-eaters had returned to the Dubbo (central NSW) area on Saturday 6 September with birds on my place ~ 20km south of town.
I notice that Edwin Vella & Timothy Hyde had Bee-eaters in the Capertee Valley on the same day.
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