Spring arrivals

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Subject: Spring arrivals
From: Reg Clark <>
Date: Sun, 28 Sep 2003 23:44:15 +1000
Hello all,
I always look forward to returning cuckoos, they are usually later in my district than in many other places, but my first Channelbill Cuckoo this spring was a bit hard to appreciate at 1:15 am in an angophora outside my bedroom window this morning, 28th Sept.. No Koels yet thank goodness, my pair of garden Red Wattlebirds are feeding two of their own offspring at last.

St. Ives, NSW

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