O B Orioles

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Subject: O B Orioles
From: "Glassco" <>
Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2004 21:02:15 +1000
Hi Birders
 Late Sunday afternoon a small flock of Olive-backed orioles was seen feeding high in the canopy of some flooded gums, just South of Alstonville (far N Coast). It was hard to miss the chatter. in those tree tops.
They stayed about 3/4 hour & then left quickly in their distinctive undulating flight.
They have only arrived in the area & come to the trees about 3pm daily.
A Pheasant coucal raced towards the sugar cane in its usual"I don't know if I am running or flying gait" as we approached.
The added pleasure was a Koala in the usual Gum tree.
Great afternoon.       Janet
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