GBS highs & lows

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Subject: GBS highs & lows
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2005 13:11:03 +1000
Today I had at least four non-altitudinally challenged Tree Martins flying high over the house. In contrast I had one altitudinally challenged (i.e. low) White-winged Chough in the site. The chough was foraging silently. Surprisingly this is the first ever White-winged Chough at my GBS site (in my 20th year here), even though there is regularly a group at the Kambah side of Mt Taylor that sometimes go on the sports field. The sites in Kambah that have had them before, are closer to Mt Taylor or the Kambah Pool road than where I am.
Yesterday I wrote about the Australian Ravens building a nest in the big tree in my yard. They appear to have moved to another tree. The white feathers in the right wing of one raven with are actually inner primaries.
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