Zitting Cisticola

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Subject: Zitting Cisticola
From: jenny spry <>
Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2012 15:21:01 +1100
Hi all,

As my Townsville trip was pretty much a wash-out there is very little to
say about the birds.

For the Birding Aus archive, and the interest of anyone going to Townsville
in the near future, the only target bird I found was the Zitting Cisticola.
I drove down Hodel Rd at Giru to a sign on the right that reads "Wildlife
Refuge Carrick Plains". To the right of the road is tall green grassland
and on the left there is rough grassland and a bit of a track that seemed
to head to a house. Both Zitting and Golden-headed Cisticola were singing
strongly at this location. At about 1500 the Zitting Cisticolas started
doing display flights and calling over the rough grassland. The weather was
totally overcast and raining heavily.



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