Mulgoa sightings

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Subject: Mulgoa sightings
From: "Michael Hunter" <>
Date: Tue, 29 May 2012 17:49:51 +1000
Hi All

          Saw an immaculate BLACKSHOULDERED KITE in Mulgoa Valley yesterday, 
the first for perhaps twelve years Also two BLACK-FRONTED DOTTERELS, only one 
other sighting of those for a long time.

          Otherwise plenty of bread and butter stuff, orioles, rose and yellow 
robins, sitellas, scrubwrens, superb and variegated wrens, grey thrushes, grey 
butcherbird, choughs, whipbirds calling, and still a cisticola plus redhead, 
double bar, spice and goldfinches et al

          Things are returning to the pre-drought norm. Doesn't take long!

                                             Cheers  Michael



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