NSW-Sydney (Eastern Suburbs)-Centennial Park-highlights

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Subject: NSW-Sydney (Eastern Suburbs)-Centennial Park-highlights
From: "Frank Hemmings" <>
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 09:35:09 +1100
Hi All,

Walked to work through the park this morning and saw a female Rufous Songlark, 
a first for me for the area, and then followed almost immediately with another 
first - a Brush Cuckoo.  I heard but couldn't see the cuckoo, which, after much 
running around the convoluted edge of Busby's Pond, I realised was calling from 
one of the islands. Also unusual was a single Australasian Shoveler on the 
Kensington Pond.  Cheers.


Frank Hemmings
John T. Waterhouse Herbarium
School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences
University of New South Wales

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