Subject: Migrants
From: Bill Stent <>
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2004 08:45:47 +1000
Greetings all

I heard my first olive backed oriole for this year at about 6:30 this
morning at the Chandler Highway bridge over the Yarra in Melbourne this

For cockie watchers as well, there were 19 yellow tailed black cockatoos
preening quietly (that is, as quiet as YTBCs can be) in a dead tree out the
front of the old Fairfild hospital a short time later.

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