Crimson Chats

Subject: Crimson Chats
From: Carol Probets <>
Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2003 14:30:35 +1100
Hi all,

I've just been told of a friend's sighting of Crimson Chats somewhere along
the road between Dubbo and Mudgee (central west NSW), about a week ago. Add
this to other recent sightings of CCs - a group at Amaroo (which I take it
is in/near Canberra, as reported on the COG-list) and the female bird
reported in the Capertee Valley last month by David Hair, and it seems that
Crimson Chats are currently dispersing east of their more "normal" range.
One to look out for.



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