|Subject:||Ginninderra Western Foreshores|
|Date:||Mon, 29 Aug 2005 10:18:14 +1000|
I relaxing picnic at one of my favourite spots on the western foreshore of Lake Ginninderra on Sunday afternoon did provide some nice birds. The local pair of Eastern Shrike-tits were active right above our heads sometimes launching themselves into the air to catch insects with the male calling continuously later on. Dusky Woodswallows and Tree Martins were everywhere. The Australian Reed-Warblers had returned to the reedbeds. An Olive-backed Oriole called from the blue gums and later a vocal pair of Gang-gang Cockatoos were hanging around.
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