Newline Woodland

Subject: Newline Woodland
Date: Mon, 1 Aug 2005 15:09:29 +1000

After my brother visited the area late last week I dropped in over lunch for a look.
40 minutes of birding provided me with a nice selection of birdlife including:
  • 20 Little Corellas (quietly feeding),
  • 2 Long-billed Corellas (possibly more among the Littles),
  • 8 Little Ravens (mixing with resident(?) Australian Ravens),
  • 1 Jacky Winter,
  • 1 Crested Shrike-tit,
  • 8+ Double-barred Finches,
  • 3 Dusky Woodswallows (overhead),
  • 1 Tree Martin (overhead),
  • 6+ Brown-headed Honeyeater, and
  • 1 Australasian Grebe (still in the small dam as per G Dabb's email).

The abundant Red-rumped Parrots were inspecting hollows.

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