Pink Robins in NSW

To: Philip Veerman <>
Subject: Pink Robins in NSW
From: Catherine Young <>
Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2015 02:17:05 +0000
Yes sorry I got myself muddled up. I'd seen in the report that both Pink
and Rose were present in the Brindabellas and were both were caught on the
same day at Wianamatta too!

Should have stuck to my main point which was that Pink (as well as Rose)
robins are still occasionally caught in the Brindabellas.


On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 11:58 AM, Philip Veerman <>

> Catherine,
> Fine but Rose Robins are (and have always been) much more common in our
> region than are Pink Robins, which is what the enquiry was about..........
> Philip
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> Catherine Young
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> Rose Robins are still caught at the Brindabella's site although no where
> near as frequently. A recent report on the study (found here
> suggests
> they are present all year round.
> A quick look on the ABBBS and the movement record for the species is 141km
> but it went east-west. Wouldn't it be great if one of the Brindabella birds
> turned up in Wianamatta!
> Catherine
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