Tree Sparrow

To: Judy Leitch <>
Subject: Tree Sparrow
From: David Richardson <>
Date: Sun, 29 Dec 2013 22:15:09 +1100
There has been a single Song Thrush visiting the birdbath in my sisters
garden,in Hoppers Crossing,each evening all summer.

I have seen Song Thrush in her garden,and along the court in which she
lives,each summer period for past six years. I never see more than an
individual bird.

David Richardson

On Sun, Dec 29, 2013 at 8:44 PM, Judy Leitch <> wrote:

> Plenty of Song Thrush here in NZ. From Auckland to KatiKati to Central
> Plateau and back!
> Add Common Mynas, Starlings and House Sparrows to that list too. A Tui
> singing in the garden is such a treat after so many of the above.
> Judy
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