|Subject:||Gouldian Finch on Ginninderra Creek|
|Date:||Mon, 21 Mar 2005 11:20:53 +1100|
A friend of mine who knows the bird rang me to say he saw a Gouldian Finch along Ginninderra Creek ner Flynn about 9.30 this morning.
He described it as a single male in the red phase with a red over white band on its left leg. It was in grass on the left side of the Latham footbridge in the company of 3/4 thornbills. It allowed close inspection and was not disturbed by a pedestrian with two unrestrained dogs. It flew off in the direction of Charnwood.
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