Plains Wanderer Round Hill

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Subject: Plains Wanderer Round Hill
Date: Mon, 9 Oct 2006 21:56:16 +1000
Spent four days last week with my mate Darryl Mackay at Round Hill Nature 
Reserve central NSW and while driving along the road that divides Round Hill 
reserve and Nombinnie reserve we observed a male Plains Wanderer with three 
chicks. The bird was in the middle of the road and it started to walk towards 
the edge of the road with it's chicks running close to it's legs and we watched 
it until it disappeared into the Mallee. Other birds recorded were thousands of 
Masked and White-browed Woodswallows, Spotted Nightjar,Chestnut 
Quail-thrush,Red-chested Button-quail,Southern Scrub Robin,Crimson Chat and 
Black-eared Cuckoo also we found Malleefowl footprints.    Regards Terrill

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