Spangled Drongos

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Subject: Spangled Drongos
From: "Alan Morris" <>
Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 18:51:34 +1100
BlankHi Everyone,

My mate "wriggleon", who refuses to use even his Christian name, was
commenting about Drongos in the Sydney region.

Spangled Drongos are late summer, autumn and winter visitors to coastal
areas south of Grafton where they are breeding residents. They generally
arrive in from the north in early Febuary and depart in September. Like
Noisy Pittas, Superb & Rose-crowned Fruit-Doves, they move south in autumn
and winter all the way down the coast. I saw my first one this year on
Monday 7/2/05 at Bateau Bay mangroves.
Ofcourse when I lived at Camp Cove and my office was in Nielsen Park, I
would see them regularly there from this time onwards.

Alan Morris

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