Mulligans, Migrants

Subject: Mulligans, Migrants
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 12:00:10 +1000

I went walking a lot on the weekend and saw few honeyeaters. Lots of striated thornbills though.


Mulligans, 25th March- 1 white throated gerygone seen and heard. 1 western gerygone heard. Grey butcherbird, 3 prs of scarlet robins, golden and rufous whistlers. 2 grey currawongs. 5 speckled warblers (pr, pr and individual). 5 common bronzewings. >50 striated thornbills. Brown, buff and yr thornbills, eastern spinebill. Silvereyes. 3 yellow faced honeyeaters. Brown goshawk. 5 double bars (3 juveniles). 7 redbrows. Other usuals, I know I have forgotten something. Swamp wallabies.


Lake Ginninderra- Sunday 27th March- 5 dusky woodswallows.


Benj Whitworth


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