Shrike-Tit and Field Wren Follow Up

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Subject: Shrike-Tit and Field Wren Follow Up
From: Roger McNeill <>
Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2013 15:06:31 -0700 (PDT)
I believe I responded directly to those that gave me tips on finding my targets 
in WA, but to share with the rest of the list, it was a successful trip.
I have now banked three "sub-species" when Clements gets around to splitting 
All were found in the Stirling Ranges, 4.5 hours SE of Perth
1. A nesting pair of Western Shrike-Tit was found in the northern block of the 
Stirling Ranges Retreat grounds...good recordings were made with a few snaps.  
In addition to some fantastic Wildflowers
2. A number of spots were tried for Western Fieldwren, but the only one I found 
was at Camel Lake on the north Side of the Ranges...good recordings and a few 
nice close photos
3. Western Whipbird was seen a couple of times without difficulty on the road 
up to Mt Trio...Also got some nice recordings of these birds.  
However the best "bird" was a Honey Possum, seen and photographed on the road 
while out spotlighting.  Lots of other good local species, some nice frogs...a 
good weekend to be sure.
Thanks again!



Roger McNeill
Samford Valley, SEQ

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