Rainmakers at Round Hill

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Subject: Rainmakers at Round Hill
From: "Graham Turner Ozemail" <>
Date: Wed, 26 May 2004 15:01:02 +1000
Gidday Birders, I've just come back from Round Hill / Nombinnie Nature Reserves 
where I can confirm David Geerings comment about rain. Pity it didn't come last 
week, but I'm not going to complain. A full report will follow, but highlights 
include Chestnut Quail-thrush, Spotted Bowerbird and Pink Cockatoos.

On a slightly different note, especially for those on Mammals-aus, if you see a 
bat and record it with say an anabat, can you tick it?? Is there an equivalent 
for birding? (Would like to be able to tick Scotorepens greyii)

Graham Turner
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