Bird sightings in the Grampians

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Subject: Bird sightings in the Grampians
From: Bert Harris <>
Date: Thu, 24 May 2012 14:27:42 +1000
Hi all,

Over the past few weeks I have come across some interesting species in the
Grampians/Arapiles region.

--Chestnut-rumped Heathwren--a few seen well on the waterworks track, near
the Chimney Pots, Southern Grampians

--Shy Heathwren--one at Mt Arapiles

--Gang gang Cockatoo--many along Glenelg River Road, S Grampians

--Diamond Firetail—one at Mt Arapiles

--Restless Flycatcher—one vocal individual at Lake Hamilton boat ramp,
seems to be resident

Trip lists including all these species are posted on eBird.



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