Babbler, Newline and Campbell Park

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Subject: Babbler, Newline and Campbell Park
From: "Steve Holliday" <>
Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 12:36:42 +1100
On Sunday morning a half hour search at Duntroon failed to find any sign of the babbler, although it may have been foraging out of earshot somewhere on the golf course.
Earlier in the morning we had searched Campbell Park for Swift Parrots without any result, we did see a Fan-tailed Cuckoo, a White-eared Honeyeater, both gerygones, many friarbirds and a Peregrine, also heard Owlet-Nightjar. We then headed to Newline, figuring this was as good a place as any to look for Swifties, especially if they were on a lerp binge. No luck here either, we did see Jacky Winter (1), Brown Treecreeper (5+), Shriketits (3), Sacred Kingfisher (1) and 2 Wedgies. Also a metre+ dead Brown Snake on Pialligo Ave on the way home
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