re RFI... etc / Gluepot update

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Subject: re RFI... etc / Gluepot update
From: Peter Waanders <>
Date: Sun, 9 Oct 2011 11:47:48 +1030
Hi all,
Kay is correct, Scarlet-chested Parrots continue to be seen at Gluepot. Due
to the good conditions, and influx of birders, other interesting species
have also been recorded. These include Bush Stone-curlew (nearest known
recent sightings some 60km away), Yellow Rosella (normally confined to the
river Murray some 50 km away), Painted Button-quail, Painted Honeyeater
(although they've moved on again), Redthroat, and recently small flocks of
Cockatiels and Budgies have turned up. There is also good breeding activity
of the resident species including Red-lored Whistler, Striated Grasswren and
Black-eared Miner.
It's all run by volunteers so if you do head out there, don't forget your
entry fee (or a donation can be made on-line at the Gluepot website). Or
feel free to contact me (below) for further details.

Peter Waanders
Southern Birding Services
PO Box 420, Waikerie SA 5330  Australia
mob.: +61 (0)409 763172
sat.: +61 (0)424 212889
SA Birding:

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