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Subject: re Rose and Red-capped Robins
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Hi Peter

Both Red-capped and Rose Robins are autumn/winter visitors here at
all records for both being April to August.

We often have Rose Robins stay here throughout those months; Red-capped=20=

frequently, though there are a few more regular spots for them close by.

All the best

Bill Jolly

Lockyer Valley, Queensland.

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