Tarago area

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Subject: Tarago area
From: "Michael and Janette" <>
Date: Sun, 13 Mar 2005 20:15:34 +1100
My usual tour of the remnant woodlands etc. in the Tarago area produced today (13 Mar) an immat Spotted Harrier, a pair of Diamond Firetail with its 2nd brood of the season (2 young this time, 3 the previous time), some flocks of Richard's Pipit (30 and 10) and as a first encounter over many years 1 White-throated Treecreeper (female) in a small patch of snow gums; also a flock of 10 Gang-gangs and a family of Southern Whitefaces.  Rufous Whistlers foliage bathing (it was quite foggy in the morning). But a few of the regulars, such as Grey Shrike-thrush, were absent.
Michael Lenz 
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